- Cristiano Ronaldo has taken some time out with his family to go on a tour in an island in Madeira
- The Juventus striker is currently in his hometown observing the lockdown rule in Portugal
- Ronaldo will be returning to train with his Serie A side as they look to the 2019-20 season
Cristiano Ronaldo is making the most of the lockdown season as he turns it into hitch-hiking despite global pandemic.
The Portuguese star returned home from his base in Italy to his hometown in Madeira a few weeks ago and the 35-year-old decided to take a tour around his place of birth.
He took a tour on an island in Madeira with his family and was quick to make a post of his Instagram handle that he was enjoying every bit of it.
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"Discovering my island with the best company," he said holding his eldest son Cristiano Ronaldo Jr.
The Juventus striker would soon return to training amid the pandemic as the Serie A organizers are looking to complete the season.
All teams are expected to return to training but every member of players, coaches and staff will undergo tests to ensure everyone is safe.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier that Paulo Dybala for the fourth time has tested positive for the deadly coronavirus, reports in Spanish claim.
The Argentine and his girlfriend Oriana Sabatini had initially tested positive for the virus on March 21.
And according to Spanish news media outlet El Chiringuito, the Juventus attacker had conducted four tests in six weeks with the latest result coming out positive.
The 26-year-old recently spoke about the disease and explained how he had difficulty in breathing.
Legit.ng also reported that Cristiano Ronaldo's CR7's pants recorded a massive hit when he made a summer move from Real Madrid to Juventus in 2018, reports claim.
The Portuguese striker unceremoniously left Los Blancos after his nine-year spell at the Bernabeu to join Juve which has done wonders for his clothing brand.
Ronaldo recently extended a helping hand Danish manufacturer of his pants JBS who were also in charge when he made the summer switch in 2018.
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