Thibaut Courtois insists Real Madrid will 'keep fighting' for La Liga

Paola Ditto
Mag 23, 2020

The Belgium worldwide went under the knife before lockdown was implemented in Spain due to the coronavirus outbreak, but he's now returned to Real Madrid's training complex for the first time as restrictions start to be lifted.

After his first group training session since February, the 29-year-old Belgian star spoke to the club's official media channels to discuss his return.

However, Real Madrid and the rest of Spain's top two division clubs have been handed a significant boost that the season - provisionally scheduled to resume on June 12 - will be completed after players returned to training amid stringent health and safety measures. "We can do more tactically, physically and technically", he told Real Madrid TV. "The team looks better this week, and next week it will be even better".

'We couldn't wait to be back at training after two months, being together as a team and despite it being a bit different, it is always nice to come back to Valdebebas to have training, ' he said. They hope to play again.

"We have 11 matches left and we are going to prepare ourselves to finish the season well, strongly".

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"I feel really good about being back in the field working with the guys".

"In the end, the important thing is to give everything to win something".

"Now the training is better, we can train the way we like to". We are here, this is the DNA of the club, trying to win things. "So, I simply desire to be ready for the following video game".

'Training at home is different, but I think everyone did well, everyone did what the coach has said and everyone keeps fit, everyone is pretty strong'.

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