Cristiano Ronaldo to extend stay at six-bedroom mansion in Madeira after Juventus were forced to cancel recall – The Sun

CRISTIANO RONALDO is expected to stay in Madeira after Italy extended its coronavirus lockdown.

Juventus had planned a return to training after the players completed a 14-day home quarantine following a recall on Monday.


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    Cristiano Ronaldo is set to extend his stay at this amazing house near the sea in Carnical

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Cristiano Ronaldo is set to extend his stay at this amazing house near the sea in CarnicalCredit: Airbnb
    Juventus' plans to resume training on Monday were put on hold when Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte extended the nationwide coronavirus lockdown until May 3

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Juventus’ plans to resume training on Monday were put on hold when Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte extended the nationwide coronavirus lockdown until May 3Credit: Instagram @cristiano

But the idea was reportedly scrapped after Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte extended the nationwide coronavirus lockdown until May 3.

Portuguese media say the 35-year-old forward will now stay on his home island for the foreseeable future.

He is expected to stay in the six-bed, £ 3,500-a-week rented mansion he recently moved into near the fishing village of Canical with his partner Georgina Rodriguez and four children.

They left a seven-story apartment in the Madeiran capital, Funchal Ronaldo, purchased last year for the villa with a garden overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.

Ironically, it emerged on Saturday that his childhood club CD Nacional would become the first Portuguese team to return to training.

Club president Rui Alves has confirmed night training sessions will resume at the stadium where the Juventus star was pictured training earlier this week.

He said players will be separated in different parts of the pitch in accordance with social distancing recommendations.

Cristiano’s training session at second-division CD Nacional, his club before he signed for Sporting Lisbon ahead of his arrival at Old Trafford, led Madeira’s health chief Pedro Ramos to be questioned during of a press conference.

He said the player did not have special permission to train, but insisted he believed he had stayed within local coronavirus lockdown rules by using his time to train. ‘physical exercise.

Ronaldo has been in Madeira since March 9 with his family.

He returned to the island before the suspension from Serie A football after his mother Dolores Aveiro, 65, suffered a stroke.

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The five-time Ballon d’Or winner made a first 24-hour trip to her home island after her stroke on March 3 to see her in hospital before returning with her four children and Georgina just under one week later.

Her mother has informed fans of her recovery with a series of photos on social media showing her relaxing at home after being released from a private hospital in Funchal.

On Friday, she posed for a selfie photo in a colorful dress on the balcony of the apartment building where her soccer son self-isolated before moving to his rented home “off the beaten track.”

    The Portuguese hero is said to have rented this incredible property and is now set to be there for a while

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The Portuguese hero is said to have rented this incredible property and is now set to be there for a whileCredit: Airbnb
    Coronavirus lockdown won't hit Ronaldo too hard, judging by the living room

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Coronavirus lockdown won’t hit Ronaldo too hard, judging by the living roomCredit: Airbnb
    Entertainment is not lacking in the property with a games room allowing Ronaldo to remain competitive

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Entertainment is not lacking in the property with a games room allowing Ronaldo to remain competitiveCredit: Airbnb
    Ocean views enhance villa luxury Ronaldo and his family are now supposed to be in

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Ocean views enhance villa luxury Ronaldo and his family are now supposed to be inCredit: Airbnb
    Kitchen facilities are barely cramped for Ronaldo, Georgina Rodriguez and their children

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Kitchen facilities are barely cramped for Ronaldo, Georgina Rodriguez and their childrenCredit: Airbnb
Cristiano Ronaldo and Georgina Rodriguez in brutal hill sprints as pair train together amid coronavirus lockdown

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