Real Madrid's leaders are grateful for Enrique Cerezo's offer, but they are not contemplating the possibility of playing at the Estadio Wanda Metropolitano.

Instead, Los Blancos will play their remaining six home league matches at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano, which is located at their Valdebebas training complex.

Nothing will change the plan that was decided in May, so this Sunday will see Real Madrid host Eibar at the Di Stefano.

There has been talk in recent days about fans being allowed back into Spanish stadiums, albeit at a reduced capacity, yet this is not going to affect anything for Los Merengues.