Lawmakers in France have agreed in principle to allow larger crowds into stadiums in areas where the coronavirus is less prevalent and if venues are big enough, in what has been called a "common sense" move.
US investment fund Oaktree Capital and French TV and video producer Pierre-Antoine Capton said on Monday they had taken over struggling Ligue 2 club Caen.
Toulouse announced in an official statement that coach Patrice Garande, assistant Jean-Marie Huriez and two first team players have tested positive for COVID-19. This Saturday's friendly with Rodez has been cancelled.
Paris Saint-Germain routed second division Le Havre in a friendly on Sunday remarkable not for the 9-0 score, but because it drew the biggest crowd for a match in one of Europe's 'Big Five' football nations since early March.
After the 2019-20 Ligue 1 season was brought to an early end due to COVID-19, the champions' first friendly sees plenty of spectators go to the ground and many were not wearing masks.