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Cristiano Ronaldo back home in Madeira as Juventus grapples with Coronavirus Outbreak

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Cristiano Ronaldo has left Madeira to return to Italy with his family after nearly two months on his native island

Milan: Cristiano Ronaldo returned to Italy after spending almost two months in his home country following a coronavirus lockdown. On Monday, the family arrived at the Turin airport on a private flight from the Portuguese island of Madeira.

The 35-year-old was chauffeur-driven to the airport named after him so he could board his Gulfstream G200 Galaxy on Monday evening with his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez and four children

Cristiano Ronaldo & his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez and four children-file photo

The footballer and his family will be in Quarantine for the next two weeks. Ronaldo was last played against Inter Milan at the Allianz Stadium on March 8. That match was won by Juventus, 2-0. Then all matches have to be canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak. At that time, Italy was the first country to be affected outside China.

Ronaldo left for Madeira to stay with his mother. After getting permission to start personal training, Juventus sent 10 foreign players from the team, including Ronaldo, to the team. All those who arrived were examined at the club’s medical center in Turin.

Football fans think that the rest of the current season may be re-scheduled in Series A. Currently, the top of the league is Juventus. Lazio, just one point behind.

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