Inter Milan defender Ashley Young looked unrecognisable as he returned to training with hair on his head, MySportDab reports.
Young left Manchester United in January and has not gotten a trim on his hair for some months now due to the coronavirus crisis.
Young had been in lockdown since March because Italy is one of the most affected countries in Europe, but things are now getting better.
Italy Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte confirmed that from Monday, restaurants, salons, shops, hairdressers, pubs, and museums could re-open.
Meanwhile, Serie A clubs have also been allowed to resume full training in small groups.
Despite barbers being available now, Young still did not get a cut before showing off his new look at training on Monday.
Serie A clubs returned to the training at the start of this week despite Parma having confirmed two new cases of the virus.
The Italian Government also made it compulsory that an entire squad must go into a two weeks quarantine if one player at the club tests positive for coronavirus, however the Serie A clubs and the Players’ Association have rejected these rules.
There are still some uncertain facts about when Serie A will return to action, though there are high hopes games can resume behind closed doors next month.
The German Bundesliga is the only major league in Europe to resume and start football again.