Retrieved 09 May 2020, 22:06 IST
The Barcelona Loyalists around the world were treated with such a beautiful look even in such a difficult situation – it fits perfectly Lionel Messi In training. The six-time Ballon d’Or winner took to social media Instagram to share a glimpse of his training with Barcelona.
Barcelona’s first team returned to training on Friday and every player of the first team’s bar was present with injured Osman Dembeli Joan Gamper Training field.
Barcelona training under social distance guidelines
All members of the first squad were tested for COVD-19 except for Dumbledore, who was not part of Barcelona’s registered La Liga squad on Monday, except for Dembele, who took part in the Tests. Their new signature from Martin Braithwaite, Leganসেরs, is the replacement of the injured Frenchman. He has been sitting for the spell for a long time and is not expected to return to action before July or August.
The Barcelona squad was divided into three groups on three separate pitches to comply with social distance guidelines and La Liga safety protocols.
It was also reported that the players became their training attire sitting at home, not in the dressing room on the field. Similarly, after their training and training at different times, they were instructed not to use the shower on campus exactly.
Several Barcelona youngsters joined the squad, including Rikui Puig, Ansu Fati, Inaki Pena, Manchu Rodriguez, Ronald Araujo and Alex Colorado. After being locked indoors for about two months in the middle of the lockdown, the players were tested with a basic warm-up routine.
Barcelona midfielder Arturo Vidal Expressed joy with the players returning to training. Speaking to Spanish outlet Marker, he said,
“We are finally back to normal. We hope to continue this and soon we will be able to enjoy what we want to do the most.”
There has been a season mix bag for Barcelona until 2019/20. The dismissal of manager Ernesto Valvarde and the appointment of Quick Setone to Wheel created a sense of unrest at the club. Add that high profile fallout in the football manager Eric Abidal And with the sacking of club captains Lionel Messi and Valverde and, above all, the suspension of the league, it was an events season.
Despite the darkness, Barcelona is still at the top of the La Liga table. They have survived too much as they prepare to host the second leg of their UCL knockout tie with Genro Gattoso Napoli in the UNFA Champions League.
Fierce rivals Real Madrid They have confirmed that they are going to start training from Monday, which will be two months after they were initially forced to separate.
A member of the Real Madrid basketball team tested positive in March, prompting all players to be sent home to retire. However, after testing conducted yesterday on all members of the first team, no player was able to test positive for COVID-19.
However, Zinedine Zidane has been forced to resume training without Serbian international Luka Jovi. The striker broke his right heel, according to a club announcement.
Other La Liga clubs Sevilla, Leganসs, Villarreal and Osasuna have resumed training.