- Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly showered gifts on footballers back home in Madeira
- The Juve striker has returned to his base in Turin, Italy
- Ronaldo is said to be in great shape ahead of football restart
Although Cristiano Ronaldo has returned to Italy as it was gathered that the Juventus star showered Madeira players gifts back home in Portugal after training with them.
The Juventus icon was earlier at the forefront of an initiative that ensured Portugal players hand over part of their Euro 2020 qualification bonuses.
He once again showered local players with gifts after he joined them in training before he left.
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The Portugal ace arrived back in Turin on Monday, May 4 and has to spend 14 days in quarantine before he can join his Juventus teammates in training.
Ronaldo, partner Georgina Rodriguez and the children returned to Italy in his a private jet after two months away.
It was gathered that the 35-year-old wanted to return to Italy as soon as possible and now they are staying in a stunning property many describe as a haven.
CR7 is ready to join his team-mates as they hope the Serie A will resume any moment in a bid to win more laurels.
The 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.
Legit.ng earlier reported that the very young Nacional de Madeira goalkeeper Felipe Goncalves who was the legend’s training partner back home disclosed that the Juventus striker is happy at the Italian club.
Goncalves added that Ronaldo is raring to go as he is fit even as he called the Juventus star a beast who is hoping for a restart of the league season as quickly as possible.
Cristiano Ronaldo is “very happy” at Juventus and in “great shape” ahead of a potential return to action, says Filipe Goncalves, a young goalkeeper at Nacional de Madeira who has been working with the Portuguese during coronavirus mandated lockdown.
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