C. Ronaldo vows to make differences after covid-19 lockdown

Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to resume training at the Juventus Training Centre on Tuesday, May 19, as he completes his mandatory two-week quarantine in Italy. The Portuguese captain has been at home in Madeira Portugal for two months after the Serie A and other European football competitions were suspended due to coronavirus pandemic. CR7 will finally be able to train again at Continassa starting on Tuesday by individual sessions, pending the technical scientific committee to give the go ahead to the new protocol on group training. But in the meantime the Portuguese star, 32 appearances and 25 goals this season, will resume working at the Juventus Training Center under the eyes of Maurizio Sarri. Ronaldo was subjected to a strict 14-day quarantine after returning to Italy