Cristiano Ronaldo Set To Resume Training From Tuesday
Cristiano Ronaldo returned to Italy on May 5 and was obliged to spend 14 days in quarantine.
Cristiano Ronaldo will resume training from Tuesday in Italy
Ronaldo will join his Juventus teammates who have already been training
Ronaldo returned to Italy on May 5 and spent 14 days in quarantine
Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo is set to return to training on Tuesday after completing his two-week quarantine period. After spending almost two months at his home in Madeira, Ronaldo returned to Italy on May 5 and was obliged to spend 14 days in quarantine, Goal.com reported. As the 14-day period is set to complete on Monday, the 35-year-old will join his teammates who have already returned to training. The club on May 5 announced that some of the players have started training on an individual basis.
"After a day of tests and exams carried out yesterday at J Medical, some of the Juventus players started training at the Continassa Juventus Training Center, where they officially began their recovery to regain competitive form," the club had said in a statement.
Italy's Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has given Serie A clubs permission to start team training from Monday. The announcement was made by Conte during a press conference and this comes as a big boost for the restart plans of Italy''s football competition.
However, the Prime Minister made it clear that the league could only start if safety guarantees are met.
Also, Serie A clubs have selected June 13 as the date for restarting the suspended season.