Spanish footballers have called off their strike as negotiations reopen into their pay dispute.
The strike action meant that all eight fixtures of the Primera division were called off at the weekend.
The Association of Women’s Players (AFE) has now confirmed that the talks have been reopened.
The AFE said: “After the success of the strike, an agreement has been reached to work on the proposal.”
Over 200 players from 16 clubs downed boots at the weekend after year-long negotiations broke down. The players want their minimum wage to increase to 20,000 Euros and to have holiday and injury leave.