Striker David Barral has returned to Granada training after having his suspension lifted by the club following an admission of guilt and full apology.
The club announced last week that the 33-year-old had been suspended and had his wages frozen pending an internal investigation due to 'the gravity of an incident' at the club's training ground last Wednesday, which reportedly involved the striker punching team-mate Isaac Cuenca after he had water thrown over him.
Reports in Spain suggested that the two - who were good friends - were eating together at the time when an argument broke out, resulting in the incident occuring.
Last night Cadena Ser reported that the suspension had been lifted following a full apology by the Cadiz-born striker, who returned to the club's training ground on Tuesday.
Granada currently sit bottom of La Liga with five points and no wins from their opening 13 league matches.
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