La Liga president Javier Tebas said he was confident that league would complete its season.
La Liga matchday was suspended two weeks due to fears surrounding COVID-19.
Tebas said he was fearful of the financial ramifications for a lost season.
"We're working on that other virus which is seeing what happens with our contracts around the world. We have 100 different obligations with 100 operators around the world and, if there's no broadcasting, there's no earning. We're working to see if we can fit in some calendars in order to soften the economic blow that will arrive.
"It's difficult for Europe's big clubs too, not just the small ones. They play in Europe and also earn lots [of money]. If the competitions are suspended, everything is revised and revenues are a lot lower. All the budgets of the teams are going to be comprised if the season doesn't get finished, but I'm convinced that it will get finished," said Tebas.