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Pictures: Cristiano Ronaldo returns to Juventus training

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Cristiano Ronaldo is back to business as the 35-year-old was pictured in Juventus training for the first time in a long while.

Ronaldo returned to Italy two weeks ago having spent most of his lock-down in his hometown Madeira, in Portugal.

As per the rules in place, the 35-year-old had to self-isolate for 14 days after his arrival before he could be allowed in public.

Upon completion of his 14-day isolation on Monday, Ronaldo was given the all-clear to resume training with Juventus.

As expected, the ever-working forward wasted no time and took to the club’s Continassa base in the north of Turin to resume business.

Ronaldo initially took some mandatory COVID-19 tests before he took to the ball on his feet, like he loves doing.

Juventus shared some pictures on their Twitter account with the club sharing more pictures from the session on their website.

Serie A clubs are still not allowed to train in large groups yet so it was more of individual drills for the players.

As per Goal, Ronaldo returned to training in top condition and is already match-fit. This is no surprise considering he kept himself busy with drills and exercises even while under lock-down in Madeira. Truly a special player.