Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo is in danger of missing his the Old Lady Champions League game against Barcelona later this month due to covid-19.
The Portuguese Football Federation announced on Tuesday that the 5-time Ballon d'Or winner has tested positive for Coronavirus and is now undergoing self-isolation.
The Mirror reports that, despite Ronaldo showing no signs, The Portugal international Ronaldo will now have to isolate for at least 2 weeks.
The Uefa Champions League showdown with Barcelona in Turin, including a much-anticipated reunion between Cristiano Ronaldo and his Argentina Star Lionel Messi, is due to take place on October 28 2020 - 2 weeks and 1 day after Cristiano Ronaldo's positive diagnosis.
The Portugual international is already guaranteed to miss games against Crotone, Dynamo Kiev and Hellas Verona due to the isolation rules, and Cristiano Ronaldo needs to have been free from covid-19 for at least 1 week before being permitted to play again - putting his participation against Spanish giants Barcelona in doubt.
Cristiano Ronaldo has started the campaign in typically prolific form, scoring 3 goals in 2 games for the Serie A Giants.
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