News Real Madrid tested ahead of LaLiga return


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Real Madrid tested ahead of LaLiga return

News Real Madrid tested ahead of LaLiga return

Real Madrid are planning to release Reinier Jesus for loan next season.

Real Madrid’s first team squad returned to Valdebebas on Wednesday to take their tests for Covid-19 ahead of a possible return to LaLiga action.

The club’s entire first team squad had the tests for the virus and will have to wait 48 hours for the results before a possible return to individual training next week.

Coach Zinedine Zidane was amongst the first to be tested at the club’s training base and he stayed the duration to greet his players, taking into account social distancing rules.

The players were pictured leaving Valdebebas with masks and gloves, sanitary equipment they will be expected to use during at least the first few weeks of a possible return to training.

LaLiga has yet to confirm a possible return date and may well be waiting to see the results of their member clubs, as well as advise from the government, before making any date official.


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