Bundesliga given go ahead to start the season later this month
Top flight german football has been given the go ahead to start again later this month. Chancellor Angela Merkel has said that the Bundesliga will not have to quarantine players for 14 days because of the regular testing capacity of the clubs.
Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich are currently four points clear at the top of the table but with 9 games to go second place Borussia Dortmund are close on their tail. German top flight league will become the first of any european football to resume since the COVID-19 pandemic took hold. With two of Germany's neighbouring countries cancelling all football for the rest of the season both are looking at not starting football until September.
The Bundesliga’s General Assembly will be held this Thursday in Frankfurt to discuss health and safety also to ensure that the league can start as safe and virus free as possible.