La Liga clubs are being allowed to train as a group, as they look to return to action next month.
First team squads will now be able to train collectively, but in numbers that do not exceed ten people.
La Liga president Javier Tebas confirmed that this is the latest on the situation of when competition can be resumed.
The next step will be full training.
Currently a restart date of 12 June has been penciled in.
The league was suspended on 12 March due to coronavirus.
Group training is permitted as many regions across Spain have now reached phase one of its lockdown restriction plan.
While phase zero allowed individual training only.
On Saturday Malaga and Granada were granted phase one status.
Yet there are potential of inconsistencies that could hit preparations for the resumption of La Liga.
As Madrid and Barcelona have been excluded from the lockdown relaxation measures.
Both cities have been effected badly by the virus.
Group training would not be granted for the two giants of Spanish football, Barcelona and Real Madrid.
Five Players Tested Positive
It was revealed last week that five players in La Liga’s top two divisions were tested positive for coronavirus.
So far it is thought that the players are asymptomatic.
The Bundesliga began competition last weekend.
While high profile meetings are due to take place for over “Project Restart” in the Premier League.
A vote over to recommence group training will be taken by the 20 clubs today.