Sunday's match between Spanish champions Real Madrid and Levante, whose players had threatened not to play in a dispute over pay, will go ahead.
“A last-minute agreement has been found and we will play this evening,” Levante captain Luis Manuel Rubiales said.
Real are scheduled to be presented with their 31st league title at the Bernabeu, but the Levante players' strike over unpaid wages of 18 million euros had threatened to deprive the Spanish giants with opposition for the match.
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