- Cristiano Ronaldo returned to Italy earlier this week
- The 35-year-old has been away in his hometown after league actions were suspended in March
- Ronaldo has now gone into a 14-day quarantine as part of measures to defeat COVID-19
Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has been subjected to a strict 14-day quarantine after returning to Italy ahead of league resumption
The 35-year-old forward was granted permission by his club to travel back to his hometown in March after the Serie A was suspended owing to the outbreak of coronavirus pandemic.
However, with Serie A set to return in the next few weeks, the Italian government has mandated every player to go into isolation to avoid spreading the virus.
According to The Mirror, Italy is gradually easing out of lockdown after eight weeks but the return of football action depends on the number of infections in the country.
The publication further revealed that the forward's private jet was delayed from taking off from Madeira due to COVID-19 complications before eventually being granted access later.
Ronaldo returned to his home in Turin and was hugely flanked by his family with police escorts.
Meanwhile, former Arsenal Aaron Ramsey and Leonardo Bonucci were seen going to training on Tuesday.
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They were said to have been dressed in face masks and drove to the training complex in their exotic cars.
All players were tested for coronavirus before entering the facility as Juventus implement strict measures to defend against the threat of the infection spreading.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo was recently left stranded in Madeira, Portugal after his private jet was reportedly grounded in Madrid.
Ronaldo had been in quarantine with his partner Georgina Rodriguez and his family following the global outbreak of coronavirus pandemic.
But with his plane stuck in Spain over travel restrictions in the country, the Portuguese star had to seek alternatives to fly to Turin, Italy.
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