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Juventus players ready to resume training

  • Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly returned to Turin on Monday afternoon
  • Portuguese star has been in Madeira since the coronavirus lockdown

Juventus players are set to resume training on Tuesday. Players have begun to arrived at JMedical in Turin on Monday morning to carry out the mandatory appointments before going back to work.

The first coronavirus tests and screenings of the players began on Monday morning, with some speedy visits and tests for Covid-19.

The players who had remained in Italy were the first to arrive, with Calciomercato.com reporting that Leonardo Bonucci, Federico Bernardeschi, Juan Cuadrado, Carlo Pinsoglio and Aaron Ramsey were the first players to undergo the tests.

The rest of the squad are expected to be tested when they arrive in Italy.

Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly returned to Turin on Monday afternoon after being in his home town in Madeira since March 8. The Portugal captain has been in Madeira with his girlfriend and children for the entirety of the coronavirus pandemic lockdown.

Ronaldo travelled to Madeira to visit his mother who had suffered a stroke, one day before Italian football was suspended. The former Real Madrid star has been active on social media during the lockdown by posting examples of his training regime.

Football teams in Italy can resume training on May 18 while players can do individual workouts in the club's facilities starting this week.

Gianluca Di Marzio has reported that Sassuolo players have begun their first training session, two months since their match against Brescia. 

The Sky Sport Italia journalist revealed how Sassuolo have three fields available for each group of six players and a minimum distance of 20 metres during the training drills.

After the one hour long sessions, all players and coaching staff return to their homes to shower with the gym and dressing rooms at the club closed.
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