La Liga have announced that the league has been suspended following the coronavirus outbreak. Real Madrid players have also been placed into quarantine.
Next two matches of La Liga postponed
La Liga has officially announced the postponement of the next two matches. After the news that Real Madrid has been forced to introduce coronavirus quarantine. Several football seats in Spain have already violated due to concerns about the spread of the virus. The matches were either rescheduled or were forced to play behind closed doors. However, now that Madrid has gone into isolation, having learned that a member of their basketball team has tested positive for Covid-19, things have become even more complicated. A declaration from La Liga reads: “Given the circumstances learned this morning. Referring to the quarantine set up in Real Madrid and the possible positive tests of players from other clubs. La Liga feels that the script has called for the next phase of action in preventive measures against Covid-19.
Spain is far from Italian crisis
Consequently, by the measures established by Royal Decree 664/1997 of May 12. La Liga agreed to postpone at least the next two matchdays. “The specified decision will be re-evaluated after the quarantine decreed in the affected clubs and other possible situations that may arise.” La Liga, as the organizer of the competition. Has already announced its plans to the RFEF, CSD, and the clubs. “Of course, La Liga is far from the first league affected by the ongoing crisis: Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte suspended all Serie A actions until further notice. As the country is fighting to contain the outbreak that arose in the Lombardy region.
Since then, Juventus defender Daniele Rugani has been positive and self-isolating. While Inter canceled all competitive activity after Rugani was present in the clash of two sides of Serie A. In England, Arsenal’s clash with Manchester City postponed because members of the artillery squad and background staff came into contact with Olympiacos and Nottingham Forest owner Evangelos Marinakis. He tested positive for the virus. In other countries, in Germany, the DFB issued its statement on Wednesday in which Secretary-General Friedrich Curtius said: “We have to deal with all possible scenarios to be prepared in case of a break or even an early end of the season.