According to Portuguese mediaBoth Cristiano and his family are still in their Madeira residence waiting to be able to return. In previous days, his flight had not been authorized to undertake this trip. COVID-19 complicates Cristiano’s return to ItalyAir traffic restrictions imposed to slow the expansion of COVID-19 in Europe are complicating the return of Cristiano Ronaldo from Madeira to Italy to join the training of his team, Juventus.Ronaldo, according to the Récord newspaper, had planned to leave Madeira on Sunday to start a 14-day quarantine before joining the training.However, the current state of emergency in Spain has changed the player’s initial plans. that, according to the newspaper, they went through travel on his private plane to Madrid for his partner, Georgina Rodríguez, and their children to stay in the Spanish capital, before continuing the trip to Turin.The plan frustrated, Ronaldo is expected to travel to Italy today directly with an eye toward returning to his team’s work on May 18.Ronaldo and his family traveled to Madeira in March to visit the mother of the Portuguese crack and decided to stay in his mansion on the island while the situation in Italy was clarified., one of the countries hardest hit by the pandemic. 7 Cristiano Ronaldo is preparing his return to Turin for a possible return to Serie A. This Sunday, the private plane of the Juventus player landed in Funchal, picked up several members of his staff, according to Portuguese media, and re-embarked for Turin. The striker is already preparing his return. The plane passed through Madrid and arrived at Funchal, where it remained for an hour and loaded several belongings of the player in addition to three occupants. From Madeira, and more specifically, from the Cristiano Ronaldo airport, he left for Italy although still without the player, who is expected to do so soon. Cristiano is called up for this Tuesday when Italian football will start with individual sessions at the facilities of each team. The Turin club asked its foreign players to return to start work, although as they arrive they will have to keep 14 days of quarantine, which will delay the return of the 7 to the Vinovo facilities.