Real Madrid landed in Pamplona at 23:12 on Friday night, after spending over three hours on the runway at Madrid airport.

Zinedine Zidane’s team take on Osasuna in the city of Pamplona in northern Spain on Saturday night.

We may arrive very late and the game could be postponed from Saturday to Sunday because of the storm. It’s crazy,” a Real Madrid source told AS before the plane left Madrid on Friday night. Navarra, where the game is due to take place, is expected to bear the brunt of Storm Filomena.

The frozen runway at Madrid’s Barajas airport forced Athletic Club to turn back after attempting to land ahead of their game with Atlético Madrid, which is due to be played in the Spanish capital on Saturday afternoon.

Heavy snow across Spain will likely see many fixtures postponed this weekend.