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Bayern Munich confirm return to first-team training

 

Bayern Munich will train "in small groups" on Monday after the club confirmed Hansi Flick's first-team squad would follow the German government's guidance on coronavirus precautions.

 

The Bundesliga was suspended on March 13 initially until April 2, but a meeting of clubs on March 31 extended the suspension to April 30 at the earliest.

 

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

 

The club's return to training is in line with the Deutsche Fussball Liga's (DFL) recommendation that teams take a break from training until April 5.

 

Prominent virologist Alexander Kekule has suggested that there is hope of completing the Bundesliga season, but it will mean completing matches behind closed doors and keeping the players under exceptionally close observation.

 

Germany currently finds itself in the midst of a Covid-19 lockdown, with the illness infecting more than 100,000 people in the country, killing 1,584.

 

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

 

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