The Spanish Football Federation and LaLiga have reached an agreement on how the domestic season can be completed.
Football in Spain will return in June with matches played on every day of the week – including Mondays with a limit that no team can play twice in the space of 72 hours.
The heat of the summer is another hurdle that needs to be considered, with games in the hottest places of the country set to take place as late as 11pm local time to reduce risk.
Playing two matches per week could see the season finish as early as July 29, which is in alignment with UEFA’s plan to end all European leagues before the potential restart of the Champions League on August 2, with the final taking place in Istanbul on 29 August.
It is understood they will now be able to train in groups of no more than 10 from Monday.
The next phase would be a return to full training before a possible La Liga restart behind closed doors on 12 June.