Cristiano Ronaldo has tested negative for covid-19 in his latest PCR test on Friday as confirmed by Juventus and is set to make a return against Spezia in the SerieA.
Cristiano Ronaldo missed Juve’s past four matches after he tested positive for the coronavirus, including the champions league defeat to Barcelona.
A Club statement from the Serie A side read “Cristiano Ronaldo carried out a check with a diagnostic test (swab) for Covid-19,”
“The exam provided a negative result. The player has, therefore, recovered after 19 days and is no longer subjected to home isolation.”
The 35-year-old will undergo another test on Saturday, should it come out negative, Ronaldo may be included in Pirlo side to face Spezia on Sunday and their Champions League clash with Ferancvaros on Wednesday.
Ronaldo tested positive for the coronavirus on the 13th of October while on international duty with Portugal and had to miss their last game against Sweden.
He was also forced to sit out of Juventus four matches having to undergo self-isolation for two weeks.
Ronaldo has started just two matches for Juventus this season, scoring three times and one assist and last featured for the SerieA champions in the 2-2 draw against As Roma at the end of September.