After giving negative test results for SARS-CoV-2, Cristiano Ronaldo is no longer expected to be isolated by regulation and is likely to return when Juventus meets Spezia in the 6th round of Series A on the evening of 1-11.
According to an official statement from the Juventus club webpage, after 19 days of infection with Covid-19, the Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly obtained a negative test for the SARS-CoV-2 virus. “Ronaldo received negative results. He has recovered and is not subject to home confinement anymore,” the Juventus homepage posted.
During Ronaldo ‘s absence due to self-isolation, the Juventus club ‘s success began to deteriorate. The Turin squad has only won one of the last four matches in all competitions. The 0-2 loss at home in Barcelona on the 2020-2021 Champions League stage on October 29 was the culmination of the absence of the greatest scorer in the country.
After more than 2 weeks of battling Covid-19, Ronaldo had a negative outcome for SARS-CoV-2, which also meant that the Portuguese star could play on a trip as a guest on the “rookie” field “Spezia” in the 6th round of Serie A at night 1-11.
With his physical base in a state of fullness, CR7 does not need much time to rebound from therapy with Covid-19, he can easily adapt to the top arena even though he is 35 years old.
Ronaldo has had 3 goals and 1 assist in 2 Series A matches this season. While he missed the opportunity to face Lionel Messi in the second round of the Champions League stage, the 35-year-old will certainly be back on the Argentine superstar this year as Juventus visits Barca’s Nou Camp in the second round of the Champions League stage next December.