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Spanish League champions F/C Barcelona are back to the Camp Nou Stadium for Coronavirus tests, a move to clear them for active training.
This would be the first time since the Catalan Giants were seen at the camp since early March.
Laliga president Javier Tebas revealed recently that the Spanish Football Federation intends not to follow the footsteps of the French Ligue 1 in cancelling their various league and thus plan to continue in order to have a true champion and determine which clubs are to be promoted and relegated.
Blaugranas are on top of the La Liga log with 58 points after 27 games, with rivals Real Madrid trailing them with just 2 points.
With just 11 games left in the Laliga, the Spanish Football Federation believes that in order to resume the leagues and to ensure players are safer, there must be testing for coronavirus.