No matches have been played in the Premier League since March, but the government has given the green light for elite sport to resume from June 1, including the top-flight football.
In normal circumstances, the German game, dominated in recent seasons by Bayern Munich, lacks marketing pull of England's Premier League or Spain’s La Liga, which boasts the world’s two biggest clubs in terms of revenue, Barcelona and Real Madrid.
Spanish newspaper El Pais reported that Real Madrid forward Luka Jovic had injured himself training at home in the Spanish capital and said he would be out for around seven weeks.
Unlike other European countries, Spain is set on completing its football season with players and staff having to undergo a month's worth of tests before being able to return to full group trainings.
Spain's Health Minister Salvador Illa says it would be "imprudent" to promise resumption of football season before summer in country where Covid-19 has claimed more than 23,000 lives.
Spain's football player association criticised on Sunday the league's asking a furloughs from the clubs amid uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic.
Real's victory means they lead the standings on 56 points after 26 games, with Barca slipping to second spot on 55.
Almost three weeks after the January transfer window closed, the Spanish league gave Barcelona permission to make an emergency signing after it was left without Suarez and Dembele for long periods due to injuries to both attacking players.
The victory took Barcelona level on 52 points with Real Madrid, who lead the Spanish league standings on goal difference and host Celta Vigo on Sunday. Getafe stay third on 42.
Tebas has led the Spanish football league since 2013 and resigned earlier in December to trigger new elections.
Lionel Messi scored two goals and set up two more as Barcelona extended its winning streak and regained the Spanish league lead by comfortably defeating Valladolid 5-1.
Unbeaten Real are a point ahead of promoted Granada and Atletico Madrid after Diego Simeone's side failed to break down their well-drilled local rivals.
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