- Cristiano Ronaldo is wearing a new look as he returned to the Juventus training ground
- His girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez has given him perfect braids
- A proposed date of June 13 has been set for the resumption of the Serie A
Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo arrived training in braids as his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez gave him a perfect look ahead of a possible restart of the Italia Serie A.
Ronaldo has shown off a new hairstyle as he resumes training for the first time since football activities were suspended in Italy due to the lockdown.
The 35-year-old had spent two months with his family at his native home Madeira during the lockdown, but he has returned to Italy and ready for action.
June 13 is the proposed date by Serie A chiefs having suspended the 2019/2020 season since mid-March due to the spread of coronavirus.
And Ronaldo was seen arriving at Juventus's training base in a black Jeep Grand Cherokee on Tuesday, May 19 to report back for duty.
Meanwhile, fans of English Premier League side Chelsea were left stunned when N'Golo Kante stormed their training ground with his head full of hair.
The 29-year-old has an iconic shaved head which has been his style since he arrived in England back in 2015.
Although the likes of Anthony Martial and Paul Pogba have decided to ‘shine their heads’, Kante clearly resisted the urge to give himself a haircut at home.
It then became the talking point for fans on social media as they were left stunned by the former Leicester City man.
One said: "Kante having hair is one of the many crazy things to come out of these times..."
Another, slightly more excited supporter, added: "Kante has hair!!! I repeat Kante has hair." And one claimed: "The world is absolutely not ready for Kante with hair."
One Twitter user posted a picture of him alongside the caption: "Never expected to see N'Golo Kante like this in a million years."
Legit.ng earlier reported that as lockdown is gradually being eased across the globe, clubs in Italy have voted for the 2019/2020 Serie A season to resume on June 13.
It was gathered that sixteen of the clubs voted for the season to restart on that day during a meeting on Wednesday, May 13, while four other clubs voted for it to resume a week later June 20.
The season was suspended in mid-March following the widespread of the deadly coronavirus which has now killed over 32,000 people in Italy with the country having over 226,000 confirmed cases.
What Messi told me at the World Cup - Vincent Enyeama | Legit TV