Bundesliga clubs such as Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund and others have returned to training despite the coronavirus fears, MySportDab reports.
German Bundesliga football is currently suspended until April 30 at least due to the pandemic.
Matches were originally rescheduled for April 2 but the suspension was later extended until the end of the month due to the Coronavirus.
Despite serious concerns over the virus, Bundesliga clubs players trained on Tuesday morning.
MySportDab understands Bayern Munich stars David Alaba, Kingsley Coman, Manuel Neuer, Niklas Sule and Serge Gnabry were all seen at Bayern’s training base.
Under Germany’s system, the decision to allow training or not depends on the health authorities.
This means that while the likes of Bayern, Dortmund, Leipzig and others are back training, Werder Bremen remain stuck indoors.
Until now, Germany’s top clubs have handled the current crisis very well.
Bundesliga Players have all agreed wage cuts without the drama seen in Spain and England, while the top four clubs namely Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, RB Leipzig and Borussia Monchengladbach all agreeing agreed to provide financial support to struggling clubs in the league.
Meanwhile, The league has followed guidelines by puttimg the season on hold for weeks and waiting to see how things change.
According to reports in Germany, the new idea is to prepare tests every three days for players, to ensure that any sign is seen as quick as possible.
Faced with a difficult task, the DFL are very determined to finish the season by June 30, when all TV contracts enter their next phase.