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Ronaldo tracked down by Italian justice?
© Supplied by Sports.fr At the edge of his indoor swimming pool Tested positive for the coronavirus, Cristiano Ronaldo created a strange controversy on his return from Italy. "There is no doubt, we live in a wonderful country", launches Tuttosport in his article dedicated to Cristiano Ronaldo this Saturday.
After about three weeks of banishment, Cristiano Ronaldo, finally, is fit for service! Tested positive for coronavirus the day after the League of Nations match between France and Portugal on October 11 (0-0), Cristiano Ronaldo has finally recorded a negative screening and will thus be able to resume competition. “The examination gave a negative result. The player is therefore cured after 19 days and is no longer subjected to isolation at his home
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Ronaldo back against Barça?
© Supplied by Sports.fr On the other hand, the Portuguese has scored in C1 "only" during the last 14 seasons. Tested positive for Covid-19 last week, Cristiano Ronaldo could make his comeback next Wednesday, against Lionel Messi's FC Barcelona. Cristiano Ronaldo is impatient while waiting to be able to resume competition. Tested positive for Covid-19 last week, the Portuguese striker has already missed two matches with Juventus, in addition to Portugal-Sweden for which he had been dismissed.
“Juventus reported on Friday evening in an official press release. A relief for the player who, asymptomatic, no longer hid his impatience to return to the game lately. Too fair for Ferencvaros? Deprived of a reunion with Lionel Messi on Wednesday while the Bianconeri faced Barça in the Champions League, the Portuguese should resume with Juve this Sunday in Serie A on the lawn of La Spezia. To see if UEFA, which requires seven days of delay between a first negative test and the return to play, will give the green light to CR7 for the C1 meeting next Wednesday against Ferencvaros.
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McKennie doesn't want to change for Ronaldo either. .
Weston McKennie talks about his first months at Juve. The ex-Schalke reveals how he sees Cristiano Ronaldo and what nickname Buffon gave him. © Provided by sport1.de McKennie does not want to change for Ronaldo either Weston has dared to take a big step with his move from FC Schalke to the Italian record champions. The American was not free of doubts, as he himself admits. The old lady initially only loaned the 22-year-old for a year.