Italy: Serie A clubs resume training

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Serie A has join other league’s to bid interest in restarting the league.

Former Manchester United and Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo was among the Juventus players to return to training at their Continassa base in Turin after an absence of 72 days that included the last two weeks in quarantine.

Ronaldo, who flew back to his native Madeira before the Serie A season was suspended and returned to Turin in a private jet earlier this month, was due to have a medical before joining coach Maurizio Sarri and his team-mates.

Serie A clubs returned to training on 4 May but are restricted to working in small groups and must respect social distancing guidelines.

Juventus forward Gonzalo Higuain only returned to Italy from Argentina last Thursday and will spend another 10 days in quarantine.

A number of players wore face masks while driving into the training ground, including Argentine forward Paulo Dybala and Colombian midfielder Juan Cuadrado.

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