With Italy being under lockdown and Serie A clubs not allowed to train, Cristiano Ronaldo has turned up to practice at a surprise club.
The Juventus superstar has been in Madeira over the past few weeks after initially returning to his homeland due to his mother's health issues.
Dolores Aveiro reportedly suffered from a stroke early in March, but has since recovered. Ronaldo had travelled home before Juventus were placed under quarantine after his teammate Daniele Rugani tested positive for the coronavirus.
Two more teammates, Paulo Dybala and Blaise Matuidi, also tested positive, while Italy is one of the countries worst hit by COVID-19.
Ronaldo, though, has continued to keep in shape, and is now using his boyhood club Nacional Madeira's facilities to train.
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"I don't think he comes here every day. Sometimes he will come in the morning, sometimes in the afternoon. It depends on his training programme," Nacional president Rui Aves told Tuttosport.
"I found him super motivated and determined. The Madeiran air will have given him even more positive energy.
"He's training hard. He's looking forward to the end of this health emergency. First, for the good of the world and the people, and then because he has a great desire to return to play."
Ronaldo has scored 21 goals and assisted in three further strikes in 22 Serie A appearances so far this season.
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