Real Sociedad have confirmed that their players will return to training on Tuesday April 14 at Zubieta.
The Basque side made it clear that training sessions will be done individually and staggered throughout the day, rather than in groups.
The Spanish government are allowing non-essential workers to return to work as of Monday and La Real believe this applies to them.
“Once the government made the decision to allow non-essential workers to return to their jobs, the players of the first team squad will have the option to continue with their individual training at Zubieta starting from Tuesday next week,” La Real said in a statement.
“In no case will this training at Zubieta be done in groups.
“The training will continue being obligatory, as it has been up until now.
“It will be up to each player to decide whether they want to do it at home or at Zubieta.
“If they want to do it at Zubieta, it will be done following the protocols established, which scrupulously respect the security measures put in place by the health authorities, which is why, between other measures, the players who decide to come to Zubieta will do their training individually and staggered.”
There is still no return date set for LaLiga Santander, nor a rescheduled date for La Real’s Copa del Rey final with Athletic Club.