The Portugal international has tested positive for the coronavirus after he left the Juventus players’ bubble to go on the last international break.
Now, it’s very bold to list something Messi can’t do. He’s a wizard who’s been a defiant believer for the last decade.
All these Ronaldo recordings are pretty crazy. Even Messi is going to fail to surpass them. Won any imaginable cup on two different teams. Ronaldo won everything he wanted to achieve with Man United, and he did it again with Real Madrid.
Portugal International had a positive test result confirmed on 13 October during its international duty and, in addition to the Covid-19 safety protocol and procedure, was made to self-isolate accordingly.
He was expected to spend 10 days in solitary confinement starting on October 13, which means he will be clean of viruses by the time his enforced self-isolation concluded on October 23 – three days after the Dynamo Kiev game.
Ronaldo, however, could still be screened positive for Covid-19 on 23 October, even after spending 10 days in isolation, and his health and availability would be consulted accordingly.
Even if Ronaldo would not exhibit any more signs of Covid-19, he may still be a carrier of the virus and would have a positive result.