- Coronavirus has been threatening football in the world
- Three Real Betis' players are said to have tested positive
- Spanish La Liga body are planning to resume in June
Three players who are playing for Spanish La Liga side Real Betis have reportedly tested positive for deadly coronavirus as the body in charge of the League plans to resume on June 20.
All the 20 clubs who are campaigning in the Spanish La Liga have been testing their players for coronavirus so as to make sure that all of them are safe to return to training.
Going by this latest revelation according to the report on Daily Mail, authorities in charge of the League may now be thinking of not resuming football again.
With this report concerning Real Betis players, six stars in the Spanish La Liga have now been confirmed as carriers of the virus.
But Real Betis are yet to come out with the names of their three players who have been reported to be carrying coronavirus.
Leganes boss Javier Aguirre had earlier revealed the league's plans for completing the season involved a five-week period from June 20 where games will be played on Wednesdays, Thursdays and at the weekend.
Barcelona are currently topping the League standings, but the Catalans are facing serious battle from Real Madrid who also want the title this term.
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Last season, the Catalans failed to win any title and the club's chiefs have told Zinedine Zidane to make sure he wins something this term.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Barcelona players were given the green light to resume training after coronavirus tests carried out on all the players came back negative on Thursday, May 8.
The Catalans have all been on lockdown since March due to the threat of the virus which has killed many people in Spain and other parts of the world.
According to the report on Goal, no Barcelona player tested positive to the virus with only France international Ousmane Dembele the man who did not go for the test.
That is because the former Borussia Dortmund winger is currently recuperating from injury and his own test should be done next week Monday.
Although there have not been an official date to when the Spanish League will resume, but the players and clubs are hopeful of possible return soon.
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