- The season in Germany is scheduled to restart this weekend.
- The situation with Dynamo Dresden's squad, who were put in quarantine for 14 days, has put the campaign resumption under threat.
- Christian Seifert says the aim remains unchanged - to finish the season.
"For the second division that means at the moment that from 81 games, two Dynamo Dresden games can’t be played. We have to see how we deal with that,” Christian Seifert told ZDF.
"We are not changing our aim and we are not changing our plans. The aim remains to finish the season.”
"It is only hypothetical to talk about what would happen if the same thing happens to other teams. A lot of teams are being tested for the third or fourth time and now we have the special case of Dresden.
"Just because they have to go into quarantine for 14 days does not mean we have to question the continuation of the second division."
The Bundesliga chief also said that Dresden's games will be rescheduled. He added that they have enough leeway in the scheduling to play all their remaining games.