Cristiano Ronaldo told he has no privileges after training in Madeira stadium

Cristiano Ronaldo told he has no privileges after training in Madeira stadium

- Cristiano Ronaldo has been issued a warning after using stadium in Madeira to keep himself fit

- The government says he has 'no special permission' while the public are told to stay home

- However, they claimed Ronaldo did just a few minutes of exercise in the stadium and therefore, he caused no harm to the world

Juventus talisman Cristiano Ronaldo has been told he has no privileges during this lockdown despite being one of the greatest players to ever play the game of football.

It was gathered that Ronaldo was pictured playing football at Madeira Stadium, Portugal, home of second tier CD Nacional.

Ronaldo was dressed in an up and down black sports kits with a few people not up to ten in and around the pitch.

A couple of balls were also spotted on the field with two young boys, one of them suspected to be his first son Cristiano Ronaldo Jr.

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With the Serie A season being currently suspended indefinitely, the Portuguese superstar is keeping himself in shape before things get back to normal.

But the pictures have now prompted warnings to the 35-year-old that he has "no privileges" as the world fights coronavirus pandemic.

Local head of health Pedro Ramos said: "Ronaldo has no special permission to train.

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"There was no special authorisation because we are all the same, we are all facing the same pandemic.

"The best player in the world must use his image to set an example, but Cristiano seems to me to have done just a few minutes of exercise and, therefore, there is no harm in the world."

Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly rented £3.5k-a-week mansion in Portugal where he took his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez and children to amid coronavirus lockdown.

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The Portugal international has been in his home country for weeks now as he failed to return to Italy.

And since then, Cristiano Ronaldo has been with all his family members in Madeira where they have been isolating themselves so as to avoid the virus.

According to reports, Cristiano Ronaldo was tired of his house in Madeira and however decided to feel the taste of another mansion.

The former Real Madrid forward is said to have picked the £3,500-a-week six-bed property in a remote spot near the fishing village of Canical.

The six-bed room property is near the sea and Ronaldo and his family can easily look at the ocean from all the rooms inside the mansion.

Cristiano Ronaldo has been great for Juventus since he joined the Old Lady from Real Madrid last two seasons and won the Serie A in his first term.

It was also reported that Cristiano Ronaldo's time has passed and will not be tempted by Real Madrid to re-sign him, reports in Spain claim.

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It is understood that Juventus could be forced to sell their Portuguese striker for a cut-price of £50million to ease their financial pressure following the global pandemic.

Los Blancos has been linked with a reunion with the 35-year-old but Spanish news media outlet AS claim the club would look towards signing Paul Pogba and Kylian Mbappe instead.

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