Juventus’s Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo passed test on Coronavirus, and, fortunately, the answer was no. Portuguese A Bola reports this information.
As you may have already known, Ronaldo is in self-isolation at his home on the island of Madeira. This comes after three players from Juventus – Daniele Rugani, Blaise Matuidi, and Paulo Dybala – were confirmed to have the virus.
The Portuguese star is going to fight the pandemic
It is also rumored that Ronaldo is going to contribute to the fight against the Coronavirus, which is already spread worldwide.
Cristiano plans to imitate his agent, Jorge Mendes. Mendes bought medicines and other essentials (including 50,000 protective masks and 200 000 medical coats) for Porto hospitals.
According to the source, Ronaldo also intends to contribute to the purchase and transfer of some coats and masks to the hospital.
At the same time, Ronaldo has been involved in the popular “Stay at Home” social media campaign. He has posted a video teaching his children how to wash their hands properly.
Earlier it was reported that Cristiano would turn his hotel chains into hospitals and help the state fight against the Coronavirus, which was not true.
Noteworthy, that 14 of the 1,600 coronavirus infection cases in Portugal, ended in a fatal outcome.
Ronaldo will lose 10 million
You may already know that all football teams are suffering from big financial problems. Most of them have already cut their players’ salaries, and Juve are no exception.
Mundo Deportivo reports that because of the pandemic, Juventus will cut players’ salaries by 30%. Accordingly, Ronaldo, whose seasonal salary is 30 million, will suffer about 10 million Euros loss.