At 10:35 CET on Monday morning, Real Madrid’s official Twitter account confirmed that the team were on their way to Malaga for the Supercopa de Espana, finally bringing to an end their long stay in Pamplona.
Having arrived on Friday after a nightmare trip, Los Blancos played on Saturday night and then had to stay through Sunday night as well, as transport back to the capital was impossible.
As such, the decision was made that Los Blancos would fly directly from Pamplona to Malaga on Monday.
After a busy weekend, which saw Real Madrid play out a disappointing 0-0 draw with Osasuna, they’re now en route to Malaga, where they’ll meet Athletic Club in the semi-final on Thursday.
The team from Bilbao couldn’t play in the capital against Atletico Madrid over the weekend due to the storm, as they were unable to land, so they’ll have had more rest.