With fears growing that the current season won't be completed, the Spanish FA are said to be making a big decision on the LaLiga campaign, which will affect teams in the top four.
The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) are reportedly continuing to work so that the 2019/2020 campaign resumes in the same view as UEFA's.
As a result, Marca reported that the Spanish FA have handed a proposal to the European football governing body that would have Barcelona, Real Madrid, Sevilla and Real Sociedad finish in the top four if the league does not resume.
Those are the current top four standings before the season was suspended due to the coronavirus, which be bad news for Atletico Madrid and Getafe.
Atletico, who eliminated Liverpool in the last 16, would qualify for the Europa League along with fifth-place Getafe, who only sit out of the top four due to scoring less goals than Sociedad.
It is no surprise that this reported proposal by the RFEF would not sit will with Getafe, with club president Angel Torres expressing his disapproval.
"What we want is to play. Getafe wants to earn whatever we get on the pitch," he said, as per Football Espana.
However, Marca report there has been no decision made on what to do with the LaLiga title, relegation and promotion should the season not resume.
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