Cristiano Ronaldo returns to training with Juventus in grand style.

Cristiano Ronaldo returns to training with Juventus in grand style.

Ronaldo has joined the rest of the Juventus teammate at the club training center.

The Portuguese international Cristiano Ronaldo has returned to Juventus for training on Tuesday morning after his absence for two months due to coronavirus pandemic.

The Juventus star player Ronaldo was seen with his fellow teammate during the training section of the club at Juventus Training center.

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The 35-years-old during the training section spent three hours at the training Center before leaving them with a big smile on his face and a thumbs-up gesture for fans and waiting photographers.

The Juventus superstar underwent some physical test and medical before joining the rest of his teammates during the training section for the first time after 72 days of personal training in Portugal.

Cristiano Ronaldo returns to training with Juventus in grand style.

Juventus coach Maurizio Sarri started training his boys since Monday in small groups, waiting for the pending final health protocol by the Italian Government to be agreed.

Juventus players started their individual training on 4 May, and that was Ronald returned to Italy from Portugal after spending lockdown in his home town.

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Cristiano Ronaldo for the past two weeks and more, has been on self-quarantine in his native town in Turin.

The Juventus front-man was present in Juventus last Serie A match before going down for coronavirus lockdown,

Cristiano Ronaldo returns to training with Juventus in grand style.

a 2-0 win over the Inter Milan. A match which was played behind closed doors at Allianz Stadium on 8 March.

The five-time Ballon d'Or award winner was among the first players in Juventus to leave the club because of this coronavirus pandemic, He returned to his Portuguese team training center Continassa after He left Italy.

Italy is one of the countries where coronavirus pandemic was heavily hit with more than 32,000 deaths recorded by the Italian government.

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The Italian Serie A league leader Juventus is just one point above the second-place team Lazio and aims at winning their rest matches to claim the title.

On Monday, the Italian Football Federation announced that all its competitions, including Serie A, will remain closed until 14 June.

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