Barcelona first team players will undergo mandatory medicals on Wednesday as part of the measures required as the club look set to resume training.
Barcelona look to be putting everything in place as the club look to resume action.
Just yesterday, we reported on La Liga sides getting permission to resume training by the Spanish government.
In a bid to get back to proceedings swiftly, Barcelona could be one of the first La Liga sides to allow players to their club facility for training.
Due to health measures, players would still train individually and contact will be made as minimal as possible.
Barcelona released a short statement on their official website, noting that the club’s training center would be inspected by La Liga on Tuesday.
“The football first team will be back at the Ciutat Esportiva on Wednesday for the relevant medical tests ahead of starting training individually in the coming days.”
“La Liga has give the go ahead for the tests to be carried out after the Club facilities are inspected on Tuesday.”
“On Wednesday the medicals will be carried out to guarantee the players’ health.”
Prior to the suspension of the La Liga, Barcelona were top of the log with two points above rivals Real Madrid.
If football does resume, the title race is still all to play for with Real Madrid still in firm believe they can be champions.