Cristiano Ronaldo has left Madeira and flew back to Turin on a private jet on Monday to resume training with Juventus, according to reports in Italy.
However, according to Italian journalist Giovanni Albanese, Ronaldo will not be able to rejoin his team-mates as he now faces two-weeks in quarantine.
“Cristiano Ronaldo leaves the Caselle airport escorted,” Albanese tweeted.
“He will spend fourteen days of isolation at home, before being able to train at Continassa.”
The 35-year-old was previously expected to return to Italy on May 18, however, this date was brought forward to May 4, after many regions in Italy permitted training centres to reopen.
This decision prompted Juventus to recall their foreign players who had left the country as the coronavirus outbreak in Italy worsened.
And while Ronaldo counts down the days of his two-week isolation at home, his team-mates are already being tested for coronavirus at Juventus’ training centre.
Although individual training is allowed from today, players will still have to adhere to social distancing measures, with group training still banned until May 18.
Juventus have already seen several players contract the Covid-19 virus.