Normality returns to Granada. The Nasrid team will return to the lawn of the Sports City after being in quarantine for ten days after LaLiga declared the positives for coronavirus that occurred two weeks ago within the team as an outbreak. After several positives were detected among the coaching staff plus those of the Vallejo and Puertas players, the team was isolated, except for the international ones, on orders from LaLiga to prevent infections from increasing. All those who traveled to Cyprus to play against Omonia, where Puertas had symptoms and, after the PCR, confirmed as positive, have had to be since Thursday without any contact and training in their homes. Yesterday Sunday PCR was done on all of them and they all came out negative. Good news for the rojiblanco team.
With no more positives than those detected two weeks ago and with the good news that the national team stoppage has given Granada the option of being able to carry out the quarantine without having to play more games except that of Real Sociedad, which finally did not was postponed despite not having players from the first team in conditions, the Nasrid team will return to normal this afternoon to prepare for the duel against Valladolid on Sunday (6:30 pm). With a week of margin to be able to work on the field after ten days with specific work in their homes, all the players will return to training, although not under Diego Martínez’s orders. The coach is, along with his second Espínola and Morcillo, the members of the coaching staff who have tested positive. So no one can still be with the team, like Jesús Vallejo and Antonio Puertas, the players who also tested positive and who are continuing their recovery process. They are joined by the injured. Kenedy, who broke for forcing against Real Sociedad when he was unfit, Neyder, Quini, Víctor Díaz and Azeez. They are joined by the internationals: Yangel Herrrera, Machís, Luís Suárez, Nehuén, Duarte and Rui Silva, who will not be in the session either.