Bayern Munich resumes first team training

Tanya Simon
April 8, 2020

The Bundesliga's return date has not been set yet, but the suspension has been extended to April 30 at the earliest.

German Bundesliga club Bayern Munich announced Monday that its first team resumed training after about two weeks of online training due to the coronavirus outbreak.

A statement on Bayern's official website on Sunday urged supporters to stay away from the training ground as the players return to work.

It is now unclear as to whether the reigning German champions will take up the option to sign the Croatian national team player but if they do not sign him, the report states that Inter have zero plans to reintegrate him.

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Like most club footballers worldwide, Bayern's stars trained from home under the guidance of the club's coaches as they self-isolated over the past few weeks, but they have now returned to the Bavarians' Sabener Strasse training complex. "It goes without saying that all hygiene regulations will be strictly observed", German champions Bayern said in a statement.

Bayern said that training will be held in private with no members of the public allowed. In addition, they would have to be retested before each game.

"I wouldn't plan anything with fans this season. It doesn't look like something that we can seriously consider".

Bayern are top of the Bundesliga table, four points clear of second-placed Borussia Dortmund.

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