A date has been set for Real Madrid to return to training after their Valdebebas training base was adapted to comply with health rules.
Los Blancos players have been asked to resume training on May 11.
Training individually is what will take place in order to comply with social distancing measures with Spain gradually lifting some of their coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
According to Marca, communal areas will be closed in order to maintain hygiene levels with only a small number of players and coaches allowed into the training ground.
LaLiga teams will be able to take coronavirus tests next week although the National Sports Council's protocol does not force players without symptoms or those who haven't come into contact with anyone infected to take a test.
But the League has outlined football cannot return until players, coaches and other members of staff pass a coronavirus test.
Zinedine Zidane's men will continue to work at home until they are allowed back into the training base.
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Real were second in the LaLiga table before coronavirus pandemic put a stop to football action, two points behind leaders Barcelona.
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