“The club wants us to keep training so that we stay strong both physically and mentally, they hope this will be solved soon. We all have a training programe to do plenty of things,” explained Brahim.
The young winger also revealed what he’s doing to stay busy.
“I train, I play with my family and then in my spare time I play Fortnite. I’m becoming a pro player basically because I’ve never played as much as I’m playing now,” said the attacker.
There’s no date for Real Madrid or the rest of La Liga teams to resume their activities, given the current situation with the coronavirus in Spain. The Covid-19 has hit Spain quite hard and it looks like the quarantine and the restrictions could will still be active for at least two more weeks.