Barcelona will train again as all players test negative for COVID-19
BARCELONA ( Spain ): Barcelona will return to training since all the club's players have tested negative for COVID-19. Only Ousmane Dembele it was not tested for coronavirus as he is outside with an injury; Rest all players took the COVID-19 test, Goal.com reported.
Dembele will now undergo the COVID-19 test on Monday, May 11.
Spanish soccer competition the league has been suspended since March due to the coronavirus pandemic.
As of now, an official date for the return of the Spanish soccer competition has not been announced.
On Monday, the Spanish government granted permission to the league clubs to resume training this week.
After that, Barcelona announced that its first-team players will undergo coronavirus tests before returning to training.
The first soccer team will be back in Ciutat Esportiva on Wednesday for relevant medical tests before starting to train individually in the coming days, the club said in a statement.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the league was suspended in March. However, on May 4, the league announced that after the Spanish Ministry of Health With the approval of the return of the sports training sessions, the players will start training alone after medical tests carried out by the club staff.
Currently, all sporting action across the world has come to a halt due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Before the suspension of the league , Barcelona was placed at the top spot in the standings.