Valencia CF are hoping to resume normal training activity on April 13, just 24 hours after Spain’s lockdown is expected to end, according to Diario AS.

The Primera División club was hit badly by COVID-19, with 10 players and 15 members of staff testing positive for the virus. In recent days, those players have been given the all-clear. Head coach Albert Celades is determined to get his squad back together as soon as possible.

It has been reported that the training sessions will involve small groups of players working together, with the club determined to follow the social distancing guidelines issued by the local health authorities.

It is likely, however, that the lockdown in Spain will be extended and therefore Valencia’s plans may be interrupted.