Tribuna.com take a look at what to expect at the Santiago Bernabeu when football finally returns to action.
How could this break possibly affect Real Madrid? Let's have a look:
No less than three first-team players could be back to full fitness as Marco Asensio, Marcelo and Thibaut Courtois are all close to full recoveries from respective injuries.
Eden Hazard could also play again this season if it's delayed until the end of June as the Belgian is expected to return to training in late May.
Karim Benzema could have a well-deserved rest. The Frenchman has missed just three games in all competitions this season so far. Such a busy schedule has apparently affected the 32-year-old in a negative way as he has scored only once in his last seven games for the Whites.
Madrid players could spend almost 8 weeks without proper training as their latest workout took place on March 11. With Spain put on a prolonged lockdown, training sessions aren't expected to resume until April 27.
It remains to be seen how La Liga are going to reschedule the games. The matches could be played every two days in order to complete the league by June 30. Obviously, the schedule would be extremely tough.
Finally, Madrid's transfer plans could be destroyed by major financial losses due to the suspension of the league.