- Cristiano Ronaldo has left the island of Madeira to Italy after being stuck due to flight problems
- CR7 departed with his partner and four children with his private jet which was initially grounded in Madrid, Spain
- Ronaldo will be quarantined for two weeks before joining his teammates in training
- The Serie A will resume in June after the government gave a go-ahead for teams to return to training
Cristiano Ronaldo has finally departed his hometown of Madeira with his family to Italy in a bid to rejoin Juventus ahead of their training sessions.
The Portuguese superstar's plane was initially grounded in Madrid, Spain, and was not allowed to fly out of the capital.
But it is understood that Ronaldo's £20million private jet landed on Sunday in Madeira to take luggage and three staff including a bodyguard to Italy before returning on Monday evening to the island.
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And reports claim the Cr7 along with his partner Georgina Rodriguez and his four children departed Madeira after 6pm local time and is expected to land Turin in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
The Bianconeri striker has spent two months back in his native home, the first time since he became a professional footballer.
And the five-time Ballon d'Or winner will have to self-isolate for two weeks before rejoining his other teammates in training.
The Serie A is expected to resume in June as the government has given a go-ahead for teams to return to training.
Juve top the table with 63 points, closely followed by Lazio who have 62 points as the league have just 12 matches left to play.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo is donating money to players in the lower leagues in Portugal that will not get paid amid the pandemic.
According to Asso, the Portuguese captain led his international teammates to give their Euro 2020 qualification bonuses to the players.
Portugal would have to remain champions for another year for them to defend their title due to the global pandemic.
And Manchester City star Bernardo Silva was first to reveal Ronaldo's idea of helping players who do not have a professional contract yet in their homeland.
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