Cristiano Ronaldo Returns To Training With Juventus, After Spending 2-Moths At Home Due To The Coronavirus Lockdown.

Cristiano Ronaldo has on Tuesday, returned to Juventus training centre in Turin, after being on lockdown at home with his family for two months due to the global health crisis known as Coronavirus.

The Portuguese international was among the Juventus foreign players who left Italy during the Covid-19 lockdown and has become the first of the foreign players to return to training as he drove himself into the Juventus Training Centre in a Jeep with tinted windows.

CloudNine Sports had reported that Cristiano Ronaldo left italy to go visit his sick mom immediately after featuring for Juventus in their 2-0 home victory against rivals Inter Milan on March 8.

The 35-year-old decided to remain at his hometown in Madiera after hearing about the news of his teammate Daniele Rugani who became the first SerieA player to have tested positive to Coronavirus which led to the suspension of all footballing activities in Italy on March 10 by the government.

Italy has been one of the hardest hit countries by the COVID-19 pandemic with a total of 222,104 cases, and almost more than 31,000 deaths.

According to reports, Juventus players had earlier returned to individual training on May 4, which was the day Ronaldo returned to Italy from his native Portugal, and has been under a peroid of 14-days quarantine.

The five-time Ballon D'or winner will now undergo further medical and physical tests before linking up with his other teammates at the training ground, as the SerieA sets a provisional return date to action on June 13.

With 12 more matches to go to conclude the 2019-20 season, the old lady side are currently looking forward to winning a ninth consecutive Scudetto, as they sit top of the league standings with 63 points, and one point above second place Lazio.

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