Cristiano Ronaldo has made his way back to Turin, Italy from his home in Madeira Island.
The Portuguese flew from the island to Italy after two months of quarantine at home, having arrived there on March 9 when Serie A was suspended due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
On board his private Gulfstream G200 Galaxy jet, the No.7 left Madeira at 19:00 CEST according to local papers.
Cristiano now faces 14 days of self-isolation in Italy and will return to training on May 18.
Juventus had a number of positive tests – namely Paulo Dybala, Daniele Rugani and Blaise Matuidi – and all players will be tested before resuming training.