Cristiano Ronaldo to rejoin Juventus teammates on Tuesday ahead of league resumption

Cristiano Ronaldo to rejoin Juventus teammates on Tuesday ahead of league resumption

- Cristiano Ronaldo could return to Italy on Tuesday

- The 35-year-old is expected to touchdown in Turin as the country begins to ease out of lockdown

- Ronaldo will have to self-quarantine for two weeks before rejoining his teammates in training

Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly concluded plans to rejoin his Juventus teammates following the Italian government's decision to ease lockdown.

The 35-year-old was allowed to fly back to his hometown in Madeira for self-isolation following the high rate of death caused by deadly coronavirus pandemic.

It would be recalled also that the Old Lady decided to close all football-related activities after some of their players tested positive for the virus.

First, it was Danielle Rugani, and then Blaise Matuidi but both are said to have fully recovered from the infection.

A few other Premier League superstars also contracted the dangerous disease but there are good reports from them owing to their recoveries.

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However, with the government in Italy releasing dates to ease lockdown while they allow activities to return to normal, Ronaldo is also ready to resume training with his teammates.

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According to Daily Mail, Juve have also recalled all their players to return to base and this could see Ronaldo touch down in Turin on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, the former Real Madrid star will have to self-quarantine for the next two weeks on arrival in the European country as part of the rules put in place by the government.

And this means that the five-time Ballon d'Or winner would not be able to reunite with his teammates until the middle of May.

As announced by the Italian prime minister on Giuseppe Conte Sunday, players can return to training on May 4, with teams allowed to train together two weeks later.

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It is however not stated by Conte when exactly the league will resume: "The championship will start again only when it is safe." earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo appears to have committed his future to Italian champions Juventus until when his contract ends in 2022.

The former Manchester United star joined Juventus from Real Madrid in 2018 on a four-year deal and went on to win the Serie A title in his first season.

Ronaldo also tried his best to make sure Juventus win the Champions League the same season, but they were unable to go past Dutch side Ajax who eliminated them.

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