Granada will close the season this Sunday against Getafe on the last day of LaLiga Santander in a clash that it will have to face with ten casualties among injured, sanctioned and players withdrawn due to coronavirus.
The team led by Diego Martínez, who rested on Thursday, exercised this Friday in Los Cármenes, the scene of the clash against Madrid on Sunday, in a session that was open to the press for the first few minutes.
The main novelty in training was the presence working at the same pace as his teammates from central Jesús Vallejo, who had been out for several weeks due to injury.
The Zaragoza defender trained normally and could already be available for the clash against Getafe, which the rojiblancos will face very depleted of troops by dragging up to ten casualties.
They are injured, so this Friday, Carlos Neva, Luis Milla, Ángel Montoro, the Venezuelan Yangel Herrera, the French Maxime Gonalons, the Brazilian Robert Kenedy and the Colombian Neyder Lozano did not work with the group.
In addition, the Portuguese Domingos Duarte and Joaquín Marín ‘Quini’ will not be able to play against Getafe, in this case due to the accumulation of yellow cards, the Portuguese Domingos Duarte and Joaquín Marín ‘Quini’ will not be able to play either.
Granada will complete the preparation for the last game of the season with the training scheduled for this Saturday, which will also be the last of the season for the rojiblancos.