Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo has caused some problems over his using a stadium in Madeira to keep himself fit during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Ballon D’or winner trained at the Madeira national stadium in Funchal on the Portuguese island this week, according to Diario AS.
But government chiefs are adamant that CR7 has ‘no special permission' as the public have been told to stay at home due to the Covid-19 outbreak.
Madeira's regional secretary of health Pedro Ramos said Ronaldo did not have ‘special authorisation' to work at the stadium.
He did state that the Portugal international has the right to exercise when it complies with the rules in place for the public.
The 35-year-old was one of a number of Juventus players allowed by the club to return home amid the crisis.
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Ronaldo has decided to change his setting during the coronavirus lockdown, opting to stay in a £3,500-a-week rented home in a quiet fishing village in Madeira.
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