Cristiano Ronaldo headed to the airport in Madeira on Monday to return to Turin after two months in confinement in Funchal, where he's been since March 9 when Serie A was halted due to Covid-19.
Ronaldo's private plane, a "Gulfstream G200 Galaxy", left at 18h GMT from the airport which carries his name, according to various local reports.
The Portugal star's initial plan, which was to make a stop in Madrid to drop off his partner, Georgina Rodriguez, and kids, before heading to Turin alone had been frustrated a few days ago.
The former Real Madrid man returns to Turin with Juventus hopeful of starting training on May 18, although he has to spend 14 days in quarantine first per rules in Italy on people returning from outside the country.
Several of Ronaldo's teammates (Dybala, Rugani and Matuidi) tested positive for Covid-19 last month and the players will be tested again before training restarts.