The President of the Royal Spanish Football Federation, Luis Rubiales, has ruled out the possibility of handing Barcelona the La Liga title, if the coronavirus pandemic forces the season to end abruptly.
According to Rubiales, it would be unfair to finish the season as it currently stands, adding that all matches must teams must all their matches.
Spanish La Liga fixtures are currently on suspension because of the COVID-19 outbreak in Europe.
Barcelona are currently on top of the La Liga table with two points ahead of second-place Real Madrid.
“We have been working with UEFA for several days on the phone and by videoconference,” Spanish newspaper, Diario AS quoted Rubiales as saying.
“We have put forward some proposals that have been satisfactorily approved.
“We already know what the situations are for the European, local and Euro competitions.
“The competitions in Spain have to be finished before June 30 and all teams have to play all their matches.
“That’s what we discussed with the 55 member federations and with the Executive Committee. We have all voted favorably.”