The DFL’s plan is to retake the Bundesliga in early May to try to finish the season before June 30, a key date considering the term of the contracts. All encounters would be behind closed doors. Bayern Munich do not want to lose a single second. This Sunday ended the period without training advised by the DFL, the German league federation, and in the Bavarian capital they intend to resume the exercise from Monday. As published by the German newspaper Kicker, the Bundesliga champion will return to the sports city on Säbener street to regain his physical tone. Yes, He will do it in strict compliance with the regulations imposed by the German government and will train in groups with a maximum of three or four players. Bayern is not the first team to choose to return to the pitch. Borussia Dortmund and some other team would also have resumed physical activity and have spent several days training in small groups. The other clubs prefer to remain isolated and will continue training at their homes until further notice..
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