- Cristiano Ronaldo has been relaxing on the island of Madeira after getting stuck
- The Juventus striker was supposed to have returned to his base in Italy but due to traveling hitches
- Ronaldo has spent two months in his hometown to quarantine with his family
Cristiano Ronaldo seems not be bothered with getting stuck in his hometown in Madeira as he relaxes in his native
The 35-year-old posted a photo on Instagram of himself holding a mug, barefoot and appearing to listen to music as he relaxed by the Atlantic Ocean at his rented home.
He s“Reflections by the sea.”
His sister Katia Aveiro responded with the words 'Amor meu' - Portuguese for 'My Love'.
Georgina Rodriguez did not make any comment but she is expected to make the trip back to Italy with Ronaldo and their four children.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly been unable to travel to Italy from his base in Madeira as reports claim he got stuck.
The Juventus striker is expected to return to his club after spending several weeks with his family in his hometown.
But according to Portuguese news media outlet TVI, his £30million private jet has been grounded in Madrid.
It is understood that Spanish restrictions is the reason the plane can not leave the country's capital.
Legit.ng also reported that 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.
"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.
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