Cristiano Ronaldo has finally returned to Juventus’ Continassa training ground and started working with his team-mates today, MySportDab reports.
The Portuguese star decided to visit his home in Madeira and stay there for sometime due to the coronavirus pandemic lockdown.
He was with his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez and his four children as they tried to avoid contracting the virus, after three of his team-mates in Daniele Rugani, Paulo Dybala and Blaise Matuidi previously tested positive.
Juventus Coach Maurizio Sarri will be very optimistic that his star man will be sharp for his first training at their facility in over two months.
Ronaldo returned to Turin in May and had to spend 14 days at home in self-isolation in accordance to government rules for arrivals into the country.
Cristiano Ronaldo also worked on his footwork in his garden with son Cristiano Ronaldo Jr in a video he posted recently on Instagram.
Last week, it was announced that Serie A clubs are allowed to resume team training on May 18 but matches remain unknown for now.
Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte signed a statement on Sunday which banned ‘any event and sporting competition of any order’ until June 14.
MySportDab understands that security fears of fans coming out to the training ground to see Ronaldo could cause problems so Juventus did not release details of the plans for Tuesday’s training session.
Juventus played their last match behind closed doors against rivals Inter Milan on March 8 and won 2-0 thanks to goals from Ramsey and Dybala.