- The Uruguayan says he's sure that football will be back soon.
- Araujo says he follows the trainig plan sent by the club every day.
- He's waiting for Barca to give him another chance for the fist-team.
In case you missed, Barcelona have ceased training at all levels because of the coronavirus outbreak in Europe. B side's centre-back Ronald Araujo has opened on his quarantine routine.
"The competition will return. I am convinced. We're working on that idea. I try to maintain a normal routine. I drink mate, I watch TV and I do the work at the same time as I would with the team.
"I follow the routine that the club sends me every day, also the diet that the doctor sends, to eat well this season, thinking that the championship will return and we will play several games in a short time.
"I am training almost every week with the first team. Let's see if I can have a chance and I can contribute my own."
Araujo should be furious about football being halted because of the pandemic. The youngster had been called up for the Uruguay national side for the first time in his career but he didn't get his debut because the authorities have put on the season hold.
The centre-back has only made one first-team appearance for Barcelona this term. He was introduced in the 73rd minute of the 4-0 Sevilla win on October 6.
Sadly, Araujo's debut didn't go as planned as he was sent off for the alleged last-man foul some 14 minutes after entering the pitch.
So far this season, he has scored three goals and provided as many assists in 17 games for Barca B. His physical strength, height and passing skills are particularly well-liked.