Cristiano Ronaldo returns to Italy with family in police convoy amid coronavirus

Cristiano Ronaldo returns to Italy with family in police convoy amid coronavirus

- Cristiano Ronaldo and family return to Italy in a convoy of cars

- The 35-year-old will go into a 14-day self-quarantine exercise to ensure he is free from coronavirus

- The five-time Ballon d'Or winner was transported along with his family in a convoy of cars

Cristiano Ronaldo and his family returned to Italy earlier this week as the countdown to Serie A resumption continues.

The 35-year-old has been in his hometown in Portugal where he observed coronavirus lockdown since mid-March.

He initially embarked on a 14-day self-quarantine after returning home having being exposed to the virus through Danielle Rugani.

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However, on return to Italy, the five-time Ballon d'Or winner was transported from the airport to where he will be on another 14-days self-quarantine in a convoy.

The 35-year-old will only be allowed to join his colleagues in training after he has been certified free of the virus at the end of the two weeks.

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Meanwhile, apart from his family that flew with him, a few of security personnel accompanied him to his base in Turin.

Daily Mail reports that Ronaldo private jet was denied clearance to fly on Monday due to coronavirus scare, reasons his trip was delayed till the next day.

The Old Lady have summoned all their players back to camp following the Italian government's approval to return back to training.

Meanwhile, Ronaldo like other players will be tested of deadly COVID-19 before eventually being granted the green light to return to training.

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Juve will hope to maintain the summit of the log when actions resume as they top Lazio who are second with just one point.

Sassuolo led the Serie A teams back to training sessions followed by Bologna, Parma, and lately, Roma.

Coronavirus: Pastor, 2 children of dead COVID-19 patient test positive 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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