- Cristiano Ronaldo got to training four hours earlier than his Juventus teammates
- The five-time Balon d'Or winner has gone through several drills before their arrival
- It is understood that Ronaldo maintains a weekly fitness regime of how he stays in shape
Cristiano Ronaldo has always shown his diligence and desire for the game as he arrived training four hours ahead of his Juventus teammates, AS reports.
The 35-year-old has been working hard on his own during the lockdown and it understood his fitness level has remained like the season did not go on break.
The Italian Serie A have been edging closer to a return after the three months break as matches will be played behind closed doors.
According to Italian news media outfit AS, Ronaldo arrived on the training ground four hours before his teammates showed up to conduct tests and work out.
The five-time Balon d'Or winner has a training regime revealed by AS which includes a five gym session per week with pilates and swimming.
Ronaldo also has six different meals a day with pasta and chicken for his protein and carbohydrates, which is cooked without salt.
He also takes fruits like oranges and pineapples with water as breakfast, then observes his eight hours of sleep every night.
The former Real Madrid star also has his afternoon sleep after his fourth meal which keeps him in the best shape as possible.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo could have been an AC Milan player before a sensational move to their Serie A rival Juventus in 2018, former Sporting Director Massimiliano Mirabelli claims.
The Portuguese icon ended his nine-year with Real Madrid and decided to move on to another challenge in his career after winning his fourth Champions League title with Los Blancos.
And with speculation going the rounds about the former Man United star, AC Milan were believed have been favourites to land the five-time Balon d'Or winner.
Legit.ng also reported that Cristiano Ronaldo emerged the highest-paid footballer in 2020, and came the second in the overall earning sports celebrities after recording a £85.8million income, Forbes claim.
Lionel Messi came second among the footballers and third overall after with £83.4m income due to the pay cut during the global pandemic.
However, multiple Grand Slam winner Roger Federer is number one on the list of and became the first tennis star to move up to the top earners.
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