- Cristiano Ronaldo is self-isolating in Portugal over the spread of deadly coronavirus
- The 35-year-old decided to travel to his hometown and lockdown himself and family
- Ronaldo's stay in Portugal mansion has not been threatened due to the twin-earthquake that hit his hometown
Juventus superstar might be forced to leave his mansion where he is self-isolating due to the recent earthquake in his home town in Funchal, Madeira.
The 35-year-old chose to quarantine himself along with his partner and children in Portugal after the spread of deadly coronavirus.
It would be recalled that Daniele Rugani was the first Juve's first team player to contract the deadly virus after their 2-0 win over Inter Milan earlier this month.
The development forced the Old Lady to initiate a total lockdown and all their players put on self-isolation for the 14-day incubation period.
However, Ronaldo decided to lock himself away from others in his hometown in a bid to avoid interfacing with anyone who has the virus.
Meanwhile, the former Manchester United and Real Madrid forward is now been threatened with a twin earthquake that rocked the area that houses around 290,000 people.
Daily Star reports that the first hit the Richter Scale at 3.8 weekend last, while just over seven days later another arrived reaching a 5.2 rating.
The publication claims no life was affected but the debris fell on the roads thereby causing traffic and slow movement.
It was the first time in over 12 years that the island witnessed such magnitude that came 10km under the ground.
Recently, Frenchman Blaise Matuidi confirmed he tested positive for the virus - joining Rugani on the list of Juve stars to have been infected.
Meanwhile, a number of other players and by extension sportsmen have contracted the virus but most of them have assured their fans that they are getting better.
The recent development across the globe has seen most sporting activities postponed as the authorities are monitoring the situation.
Legit.ng earlier that Serie A administrators are weighing the option of restarting the league on May 3, 2020, after it was suspended due to the coronavirus epidemic, Sun Sport reports.
Italy has been massively hit with the dreaded disease with over 2,500 deaths and more than 31,000 active cases as situation which forced all sporting activities to be banned.
Serie A which has 12 games more to end the season could recommence at the earliest on May 3, 2020, as the deadly coronavirus continues to spread across the globe.
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