Cristiano Ronaldo tests positive for COVID-19 for the third time
Popular footballer and Juventus striker, Cristiano Ronaldo has tested positive to Coronavirus for the third time.
This has forced him to be ruled out of Wednesday’s Champions League match against Barcelona.
Recall that the 35 years old Portuguese international first tested positive to the deadly virus on October 13.
He returned another positive result last week, and was made to take another test ahead of Juventus’ clash against Barcelona on Wednesday
According to Sky Italy, Ronaldo failed to test negative 24 hours ahead of kick-off, as required by UEFA in order to play, meaning his potential reunion with Lionel Messi will not happen tomorrow.
The arch-rivals, who both have 11 Ballon D’or titles between them (Ronaldo, 5, Messi, 6), have not faced each other in the Champions League since the semi-final between Real Madrid and Barcelona in the 2011-12 season.