'Ronaldo does not have the privilege of training during the running of the bulls'
FUNCHAL ( Portugal ): Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo Local authorities have informed you that you do not have privileges when it comes to coronavirus blocking rules after the striker was discovered training to Madeira The national stadium.
El cinco veces ganador del Balón de Oro regresó to su tierra natal antes del COVID-19 pandemic turning off football around the world.
He has remained in his native country Portugal after seeing his mother suffer to health scare and Juve granting permission for to number of senior stars to remain away from Turin.
"Ronaldo has no special permission to train. Cristiano Ronaldo has the right to train as long as he respects the rules like all citizens, there is no privilege," Goal.com quoted Madeira 's regional secretary of health Pedro Ramos as saying.
The 35-year-old forward along with fellow players was seen training in the CD Nacional's home ground in Funchal.
All citizens can leave the house and do so, as long as they do not cause meetings and keep a safe distance during exercise. Therefore, Ronaldo did what we have seen, Ramos said.
"There was no special authorisation because we are all the same, we are all facing the same pandemic ," he added.
Ramos también instó to la superestrella mundial to dar un ejemplo to la comunidad al adherirse to los consejos del gobierno.
The best player in the world should use his image to give an example, but Cristiano seems to me to have only done a few minutes of exercise and, therefore, there is no harm in the world.
Ronaldo was last seen in action on March 8, with to 2-0 victory over title rivals Inter seeing them cement to standing to the top of Serie A with 12 games left to complete the 2019-20 campaign.