Real Sociedad look likely to be the first Spanish team to return to training as the country begins to recover from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
Sky Sports report the La Liga club have put in place some precautionary measures which may come into force on Tuesday.
Real Sociedad look likely to be the first Spanish team to return to training
It will see players train in small groups and medical staff supervising sessions.
La Liga has been suspended since the beginning of March and it seems unlikely to resume until May but Spain recorded its lowest number of deaths on Saturday for 19 days giving the nation hope.
Real Sociedad look likely to be the first Spanish team to return to training.
LaLiga has been suspended since the spread of the COVID 19, all players have been on self-isolation in order to curb the spread of the virus.
Among the leagues that are suspended, its only Belarus League that has resumed played.
PREMIER LEAGUE action remains suspended due to the global coronavirus epidemic and there are fresh concerns over being able to finish the current season.