Cristiano Ronaldo has told Juventus that he will not return to Italy following the Daniele Rugani Coronavirus news. Cristiano Ronaldo is currently in his hometown Madeira to visit his mother and will remain in quarantine. Following the Rugani Coronavirus news, the Cristiano Ronaldo's teammates are in isolation as well.
Cristiano Ronaldo flew to Portugal to check on his mother, who recently suffered from a stroke. However, with the Daniele Rugani Coronavrius news, a Cristiano Ronaldo return from Portugal to Turin is likely to be delayed. Cristiano Ronaldo is set to be wary over his return to Northern Italy, a place where the outbreak of the Coronavirus is most rampant.
25-year-old Juventus centre back Daniele Rugani tested positive for Coronavirus and shared the dressing room with the remained of his teammates when Juventus defeated Inter Milan 2-0 behind closed doors. In order to keep the spread of the deadly bug in control, Cristiano Ronaldo will remain in Portugal until it is safe to return.
Avrete letto la notizia e per questo ci tengo a tranquillizzare tutti coloro che si stanno preoccupando per me, sto bene.— Daniele Rugani (@DanieleRugani) March 12, 2020
Invito tutti a rispettare le regole, perché questo virus non fa distinzioni! Facciamolo per noi stessi, per i nostri cari e per chi ci circonda.#grazie pic.twitter.com/1QqewIKjie
The Coronavirus outbreak has had a massive impact on Italy with over 800 people losing their lives and the Serie A has been suspended until April 3 to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus epidemic.
Despite the Serie A Coronavirus and the Rugani Coronavirus news, the 5-time Ballon d'Or winner seems to be enjoying himself with family and close friends. Cristiano Ronaldo was tagged in a picture by his partner Georgina Rodriguez with friends smiling at the camera and she also posted a picture of their daughter in their luxurious Madeira home on Wednesday.