“The condition is that there is a matured concept. What the DFL (German League Federation) has been proposing suggests that there will be protection measures. I imagine that we can resume the games behind closed doors“were Laschet’s words. Söder, for his part, was somewhat more cautious.” We are walking on the wire, “he said.”We have to be careful not to rush and act recklessly. It is feasible that we can play behind closed doors from May 9 at the earliest, “he added.For it, the political authorities of the Federal Republic will order a detailed report from the Federal Institute of Infectious and Non-Communicable Diseases Robert Koch and will make a final decision always following your directions. Then, the 36 clubs of the first and second division of the Bundesliga will meet next Thursday telematically with the federation to make a final decision on the future of the Bundesliga. The policy opens the door to the possibility of resuming the Bundesliga from May 9 and ending it behind closed doors. In an interview with the online version of the German newspaper Bild, Markus Söder and Armin Laschet, Prime Ministers of Bavaria and North Rhine Westphaliarespectively they gave the go-ahead plans to resume competition in Germany in about three weeks despite the coronavirus.