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Cristiano Ronaldo stuck in Madeira and unable to return to Turin with his £30m private jet grounded in Madrid after the Italian government gave the go-ahead for Serie A clubs to resume training

By Alvise Cagnazzo For Mailonline

Published: 19:19 BST, 3 May 2020 | Updated: 19:21 BST, 3 May 2020

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Cristiano Ronaldo is unable to fly back to from Madeira as his private plane remains grounded in Madrid.

It comes as Juventus have called all players to head back to Turin, after the Italian government gave the green light for Serie A teams to return to training.

However TVI have reported that the Portuguese superstar is grounded back home in Madeira as his private plane is currently unable to leave Madrid.

Cristiano Ronaldo is stuck in Maderia and unable to return to Italy due to flight restrictions

Cristiano Ronaldo is stuck in Maderia and unable to return to due to flight restrictions

His plane has attempted to take off on three occasions, but due to Spanish travel restrictions, it cannot leave the city to go and pick Ronaldo up to take him back to .

The news means that Ronaldo could be forced to stay in Portugal for the next few days as he attempts to find a way back to , where flights are authorised through special permits.

The Italian government gave permission for teams to return back to training after a number of Serie A sides announced their intentions to get back together on Monday.

Juventus have recalled all their players who are currently abroad due to coronavirus lockdown

Juventus have recalled all their players who are currently abroad due to coronavirus lockdown

Sassuolo were the first top-flight club to confirm a return to training before

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