Javier Tebas is still pushing forward with plans to restart LaLiga on June 11 as clubs return to group training this week following the green light from the government.
"The ideal date will be determined by the health authorities," the LaLiga president said on Movistar. "That's the reality. I would like it to be as soon as possible but we must wait.
"Everyone wants to train more. I have heard six or seven weeks, I have heard four, I have heard all the theories. We are working (to restart) on June 12, June 11... we are working for that."
On the return of group training, Tebas added: "The start of the next phase in LaLiga's return to training protocol is another step towards the restarting of the competition.
"It will be good to be able to set all training routines on an equal footing. It's very important that all clubs have the same chance to be in good shape. It's not essential, but it's very important and we're grateful it will be possible."