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Sport Cristiano Ronaldo returns ANOTHER positive coronavirus test

23:31  27 october  2020
23:31  27 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

Ronaldo to return to Italy to isolate after positive Covid-19 test

  Ronaldo to return to Italy to isolate after positive Covid-19 test ALVISE CAGNAZZO IN ITALY: Upon arriving in Italy he will be required to observe isolation and so will not play in matches against Crotone in Serie A and Dynamo Kiev in the Champions League. The presence of Ronaldo for the blockbuster Champions League match on October 28 against Lionel Messi's Barcelona is also under discussion. It is reported he will need to produce a negative Covid-19 test by October 21 to be considered eligible to face his long-time Argentine rival.

Cristiano Ronaldo has tested positive for Covid-19.Credit Franck Fife/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images.

KAZINFORM - Brazilian football star Ronaldo de Assis Moreira -- commonly known as Ronaldinho -- confirmed Sunday that he has tested positive for the novel coronavirus , Anadolu «I took the test and tested positive for COVID. I'm fine, asymptomatic, but we'll have to leave the event for later.

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Cristiano Ronaldo has been ruled out of Wednesday's Champions League match against Barcelona after returning another positive coronavirus test.

The Juventus star had been self-isolating at home since he tested positive for Covid-19 on October 13 and had hoped to return to action against his rival Lionel Messi in their Champions League clash in Turin.

UEFA allowed Ronaldo to take a new test just 48 hours before the game - due to his very low viral load - but the striker recorded another positive result.

a football player on a field: Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to find out today whether he can face rival Lionel Messi © Provided by Daily Mail Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to find out today whether he can face rival Lionel Messi

Ronaldo was asymptomatic when he tested positive days after playing for Portugal against France and Spain and posing for a team photo at dinner. He also displayed no symptoms when he tested positive for a second time last week.

Juventus' McKennie completes Covid-19 isolation... before Ronaldo

  Juventus' McKennie completes Covid-19 isolation... before Ronaldo Weston McKennie has been set free from Covid-19 isolation after testing positive 10-days ago, while his team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo waits with his return uncertain. The whole Juventus first-team squad was plunged into lockdown on October 14 when the midfielder tested positive, just 24 hours after Ronaldo. McKennie has missed two games in isolation after Andrea Pirlo started the American in both of the Turin side's opening Serie A games this season, and while he won't be ready for Hellas Verona on Saturday he should be in line to face Barcelona.

The world's most famous soccer player, Cristiano Ronaldo , is in quarantine after a teammate has been confirmed with COVID-19 coronavirus . Ronaldo last played for Juventus on Sunday, when he was caught pantomiming high-fives as he arrived at the empty stadium for the match played behind closed

Cristiano Ronaldo may still return for Juventus in time to play against Barcelona and Lionel Messi in the Champions League. Reports in Spain claimed Ronaldo had tested positive for coronavirus again, and so would not be able to return in time for Wednesday’s huge clash.

Ronaldo has been eager to return and add another thrilling chapter to his encounters with Messi.

Ronaldo's reunion with his rival was the pick of the ties when the Champions League groups were drawn.

The pair have not faced each other in the Champions League since the semi-final between Real Madrid and Barcelona in the 2011-12 season.

a woman standing in front of a window: The Portugal captain has been exercising at home to keep fitness levels up ahead of a return © Provided by Daily Mail The Portugal captain has been exercising at home to keep fitness levels up ahead of a return Cristiano Ronaldo, Pepe, Joao Cancelo sitting at a table posing for the camera: Ronaldo poses with his Portugal team-mates just a day before his positive test was revealed © Provided by Daily Mail Ronaldo poses with his Portugal team-mates just a day before his positive test was revealed

The Portugal superstar has already missed three matches for Juventus - Pirlo's side beat Dynamo Kiev in the Champions League last week but were held to two draws in Serie A.

Cristiano Ronaldo covid update: Juventus forward returns third positive test ahead of Barcelona clash

  Cristiano Ronaldo covid update: Juventus forward returns third positive test ahead of Barcelona clash Ronaldo remains positive two weeks after he was first diagnosed with COVID-19.Ronaldo tested positive for the coronavirus two weeks ago, while on international duty with the Portuguese National Team. He missed their match against Sweden and flew a controversial return trip to Turin where he is spending his quarantine period.

Cristiano Ronaldo may still return for Juventus in time to play against Barcelona and Lionel Messi in the Champions League. Reports in Spain claimed Ronaldo had tested positive for coronavirus again, and so would not be able to return in time for Wednesday’s huge clash.

Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has returned to Italy to complete his quarantine after testing positive for the coronavirus on international duty, his club Juventus said Wednesday. “ Cristiano Ronaldo returned to Italy with a medical flight authorised by the competent health authorities at the


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The five-time Ballon d'Or winner has, however, been accused of breaking coronavirus rules when he flew home from Portugal to Italy after testing positive for the illness.

When asked whether Ronaldo had breached Covid-19 rules by taking a private air ambulance, Italy's sports minister Vincenzo Spadafora told Rai Radio: 'Yes, I think so, if there were no specific authorisations from the health authority.'

Andrea Pirlo wearing a suit and tie: Andrea Pirlo is 'counting' on available Juventus players to be 'great' against Barcelona © Provided by Daily Mail Andrea Pirlo is 'counting' on available Juventus players to be 'great' against Barcelona

The news of Ronaldo's third positive test will see Juventus manager, Andrea Pirlo, 'count on the players available to sacrifice themselves' against Barcelona.

He said in a press conference: 'We will count on the players we have available. Barcelona are strong and have great champions, we must play a great game.

'The players will certainly have to sacrifice themselves and play a great match. I'll go ahead with the back four because I only have four defenders. So, we'll go on like this.'

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