Juventus Cristiano Ronaldo flew to Italy on Monday after nearly two months coronavirus lockdown in his native Portugal.
Ronaldo and his family landed at the Turin airport just after 10:20 p.m. local time, according to media reports in Italy.
five times winner Ballon d’Or arrived by private jet from the Portuguese island of Madeira and spend two weeks in quarantine.
The 35-year-old played the last Juventus Serie a match, a 2-0 win over Inter Milan behind closed doors at Allianz Stadium on March 8, before the Italian football season was suspended amid the pandemic Covid-19, which killed more than 29,000 people in the country.
Ronaldo returned to Madeira after the Inter Milan match to be close to sin Dolores mother had suffered a stroke.
Juventus have recalled their 10 foreign players that clubs in Serie A have received the green light to return to individual training Monday.
The green light from the Italian Ministry of Interior for the players to return to the club’s training facility two weeks ahead of schedule gave fans hope that the 2019-20 season could still be saved .
Juventus are top of Serie A, one point ahead of Lazio, as they aim ninth consecutive Scudetto. The club has not yet given an official date for a return to training.
Juventus began to perform tests on their players club center medical in Turin on Monday.
The first to arrive were Federico Bernardeschi Juan Cuadrado Pinsoglio Carlo, Leonardo Bonucci and Aaron Ramsey all wearing masks.
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