ANDhe Real Madrid resumed its training this Saturday in a session in which the return to work of most of its players infected by covid, once their respective quarantines were overcome, as well as their coach, Pablo Laso, who has been lost the last two games after testing positive in the PCR tests.
In addition to the coach from Vitoria, the Frenchmen Thomas Heurtel, Fabien Causeur, Vincent Poirier and Guerschon Yabusele, the American power forward with a Slovenian passport Anthony Randolph and the youth squad player Juan Núñez joined the first training session of 2022.
Other players from the first team who have not been affected by the coronavirus, such as Rudy Fernández, Walter Tavares, Alberto Abalde or Tristan Vukcevic, also participated in the training.
Those who are still keeping the mandatory quarantine are Sergio Llull, Jeffery Taylor and Carlos Alocén, who tested positive on December 27, bringing the number of infected in the white club to eleven, as well as Adam Hanga.
The white team has suffered the postponements of the Euroleague match against the Turkish Fenerbahce, scheduled for December 29 and which will ultimately be played on January 8, and the Endesa League classic that this Sunday faced Barça, and which is pending new date.