Barcelona has as of late drawn up plans to shut Camp Nou for another 10 months in an exertion to counter the coronavirus pandemic. The scourge of COVID-19 was particularly extreme in Spain, with about 21,000 individuals influenced by respiratory diseases. No football has been played in La Loga in March, and as per the reports, the match will not begin until June.
According to the Catalan daily paper La Vanguardia, Barca is as of now arranging for a worst-case situation that will see them play behind closed entryways until February 2021. The same report proposes that the Spanish champions are as of now arranging for a month-long exchange window between Eminent 15 and September 15. La Liga Pioneer Javier Tebas cautioned prior this month that Spanish football might lose up to €1 billion (£882 m) as a result of the pandemic.