Cristiano Ronaldo Out For 10 Days After Testing Positive For CoVID19

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Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo is questionable for Saturday’s match against Crotone and next week’s UEFA Champions League clash against Dynamo Kyiv after testing positive for coronavirus in March. In that case, he had to self-quarantine himself, and now he’s wondering whether he’ll be able to play this weekend.

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Cristiano Ronaldo tested positive for CoVID19

Juventus and Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo will not be able to play in the Champions League clash against Barcelona on Tuesday. Ronaldo will be out for 10 days after testing positive for CoVID19. The first positive test for the infection was done while the Portugal player was on international duty. According to UEFA regulations, the player must provide a negative test within seven days of the match. Cristiano Ronaldo travelled back to Turin as soon as he was informed of the positive test.

The infection was a serious concern for Juventus, as three of their players tested positive earlier this year. After the test was done, the club suspended two players and placed all the staff on self-isolation. Juventus’ fans were left devastated. The saga was so bad that the club’s president ordered a complete shutdown of its website and Twitter account. The club also suspended its entire staff from any public relations and media relations.

On Tuesday, Portugal’s soccer federation confirmed that the superstar had been diagnosed with a coronavirus. The player has since been in isolation and is not showing any symptoms. He also attended a training session on Monday but has not sat in the sidelines since. The Portugal team is scheduled to play Sweden on Wednesday. Cristiano Ronaldo’s absence from the match will affect his chances of playing against Barcelona.

Since the infection is so serious, most European top leagues have suspended games. In recent weeks, however, the virus has been linked to several soccer stars. Neymar and Paul Pogba both tested positive while on international duty with the France national team. Both players are believed to have caught the virus while in Spain. Meanwhile, two Peruvian soccer players will be unable to play in the Lima qualifier.

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The news comes as Portugal prepares to face Sweden in the World Cup on Wednesday. The Portugal squad is currently without a player while the investigation continues. Cristiano Ronaldo has made over 200 appearances for the Portuguese national team. The 35-year-old became the second male player to score 100 international goals after Ali Daei in Iran. Cristiano Ronaldo is currently the second highest-paid soccer player, behind only Pele, with a career-high of $1 billion.

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Following the news of Ronaldo testing positive for CoVID19, the Portuguese international has been under quarantine at his home in Turin since the virus was first discovered. The Portuguese star underwent a PCR test on Tuesday, but he remains asymptomatic. He continues to be asymptomatic and believes the result of the test is false. In addition to the media attention, Ronaldo’s health has also been impacted by his recent injury.

Portugal’s star Cristiano Ronaldo has been diagnosed with the coronavirus, which has forced him to sit out the Portugal match against Sweden. The player is in isolation and has not yet shown any symptoms, although he is being monitored closely. The positive test also means that he will miss Wednesday’s match against Sweden. Cristiano Ronaldo is said to be doing well but will miss the match.

Juventus, Manchester United and Real Madrid have already made a bid for Ronaldo, but a deal is unlikely to be reached before the end of the window. If Juventus and Real Madrid are interested in signing him, it is unlikely that the Red Devils will take them up on the offer. However, if a club were to make a move for him, they would be able to afford the player’s contract.

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Cristiano Ronaldo tested positive for the coronavirus

Portuguese president Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa has wished the star forward a speedy recovery from the virus. Cristiano Ronaldo has tested positive for the coronavirus, and will be out of the Portugal team’s Nations League game against Sweden. The star forward has been in isolation since his positive test last week. The World Health Organization reported a record 700,000 cases of COVID-19 in Europe in the past week, an increase of 34 percent. Cristiano Ronaldo, meanwhile, will be absent from Wednesday’s match against Sweden, due to the virus.

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Portugal’s soccer federation confirmed that the Portuguese superstar has the virus. The football team confirmed his positive test on Tuesday, but said the star is “asymptomatic”. It is unclear if the infection is contagious, or if it has been passed from person to person. However, he has been in quarantine in his home in Turin. The Portuguese squad will play Sweden on Wednesday and he will not be available for that match.

The Portuguese football team’s medical team is investigating the cause of Cristiano Ronaldo’s positive test. The virus affects the central nervous system, so it is best to avoid close contact with Ronaldo while he’s sick. Ronaldo has been undergoing treatment for the virus, but the results are not yet available. The Portuguese team is liaising with UEFA to determine whether he can still play.

Juventus FC under-23 squad coach Lamberto Zauli has also confirmed the virus amongst his players. The team has been placed into quarantine, and he is in contact with the relevant health authorities. Neymar and Paul Pogba have also been confirmed as positive for the coronavirus. In fact, two other players from Peru are also set to miss their next league game because of the virus.

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After two Juve staff members also tested positive for the virus, Cristiano was reunited with the team. Although he’s not expected to play the match, he was spotted eating dinner with the team and posing for a selfie in front of them. After the news was released, Portugal began their Nations League campaign against Spain, but Ronaldo will not be available for the team’s first Champions League group stage match against Dynamo Kiev.

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In Italy, the country’s health authorities have ordered a lockdown after the latest outbreak of the coronavirus. However, this is unlikely to be necessary for Juventus’ match against Napoli. The team has already had one game postponed, and it’s unclear whether or not Napoli will also be able to travel to Turin. A postponed match is an unfortunate consequence of the ongoing Ebola crisis.

The Portuguese forward will now miss the weekend’s Serie A game against Crotone, and the team’s Champions League opener against Dynamo Kiev on October 28. Cristiano Ronaldo can only return to action once he tests negative again. Several other players have contracted the virus, including Kylian Mbappe, Angel di Maria, Paul Pogba, and Zlat Ibrahimovic.

Manchester United have stuck to their stance to keep Cristiano Ronaldo at the club. The club has been unable to offer an adequate bid for Cristiano Ronaldo to leave and join a Champions League contender. Cristiano Ronaldo is currently the third highest-paid player in the world and a key figure for the club’s finances. Cristiano Ronaldo has been on fire in recent months. With so much on the line, he needs to play at the highest level of competition.

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