After returning to Turin, Cristiano Ronaldo and his family spent 14 days in quarantine.


Cristiano Ronaldo, the current prince of football, arrived in Turin on Monday night with his family after a jet lag. According to Italian government rules, if a person enters Italy from another country, he or she must first stay in quarantine for 14 days. And according to that rule, Ronaldo and all his family have to stay in quarantine for 14 days. And so Cristiano Ronaldo was also sent to the home quarantine for 14 days to go from Portugal to Italy.

In fact, Cristiano Ronaldo's private jet G650 Gulfstream was first stuck in Spain. After the problem was resolved on Monday, Cristiano Ronaldo's luxury jet arrived in Turin from Spain via Madurai at around 10:20 pm local time.

Cristiano Ronaldo left Italy and returned to his hometown of Madurai, Portugal, shortly after the Corona invasion. Ronaldo started training at home in various ways to keep himself physically and mentally fit. Eventually the situation in Italy became somewhat normal and the Italian government allowed the teams to practice in Siri. And that's why Juventus have instructed every one of their footballers to come back. And so Juventus star footballer Cristiano Ronaldo returned to Italy. However, it is not yet clear when Juventus will start training.