Conflict over at Granada with Barral set to return to training
The internal conflict at Granada between David Barral and Isaac Cuenca has been resolved and the striker is set to return to training.
Barral to return
Spanish radio network Cadena SER report that Granada have resolved their internal problems at the club after an incident between Isaac Cuenca and David Barral with the Cadiz born striker set to return to training with the struggling Spanish outfit tomorrow.
Last Thursday the Andalusian side confirmed that they had suspended Barral and frozen his wages after an incident the previous Monday at the training centre cafeteria where Barral was alleged to have struck Cuenca following an argument.
The club prohibited Barral from discussing the situation via social media networks demanding a public apology and confirmation from the player that he was the perpetrator of the incident. This prompted Barral to consider legal action against the football club. Subsequently the 33 year old San Fernando native played down the affair after having spoken with Isaac Cuenca.
Granada propping up LaLiga
Granada, who replaced head coach Paco Jémez with Lucas Alcaraz in October, are winless so far in LaLiga this term and sit bottom of the table with just five points.
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