- Cristiano Ronaldo finally returns to Juventus training after undergoing coronavirus test
- The 35-year-old upon return to Italy from Portugal was subjected to 14 days self-isolation exercise
- Meanwhile, no one knows when exactly when Serie A will return despite easing lockdown in the European country
Five-time Champions League winner Cristiano Ronaldo has finally returned to Juventus training for the first time since March when the league was suspended.
Having spent close to seven weeks in his hometown in Portugal, the 35-year-old was subjected to another 14-days self-isolation in Portugal as part of the rules to curb the further spread of coronavirus pandemic.
The former Real Madrid forward was however spotted arriving at the club's Continassa complex in his black Jeep after a 72-day absence.
He also underwent COVID-19 test before being allowed to use the facilities for an individual workout on the pitch in Turin.
While sharing his excitement to return to the club, Ronaldo posted on his social media pages: "When we become patient and consistent, we find the way to get through the difficulties."
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner encouraged over 200 million followers with the message after posing for a picture with double thumbs up and a beautiful smile.
Meanwhile, it is unsure when exactly the league will resume having being suspended since March 9 when Juve's Danielle Rugani tested positive for the virus.
Ronaldo, while in Portugal, trained at Madeira's Nacional stadium in a bid to maintain his fitness while they await the return of football soon.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo and his family seem to have settled fully well after arriving Italy a forth night ago in anticipation of the restart of the season which was suspended due to coronavirus crisis.
The Juventus talisman and his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez have continued to update their fans across all social media channels as part of their routine.
In Georgina’s latest post, Ronaldo appeared to have attempted to grab her backside before the kids adorably pushed their father away in a bid to save their mother.
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