I thought I read somewhere that an Atalanta player was tested positive, but the next morning was tested negative and immediately joined the team. If so, test Ronaldo every day and he'll be available quick, right?
Me thinks he needs two negatives in a row in space of two days, but so many different reports in various media these days, not sure if any of them has a clue...
It doesn't make sense if you are cleared from the virus and have those two consecutive negative results to just stay at home and wait for the said days to pass and then join the squad and be eligible to play. Some people have it and fight it for weeks, others (won't mention any names, but you know who they are - famous people, politicians, directors, etc), fight it in less than a week and are as good as new.
If he is completely asymptomatic as they say and his test results are no longer positive next few days I don't see why he would not be eligible for the CL vs Dynamo Kiev next week for example.
If he tests negative and feels in good shape, he should play, regardless of the number of days he stayed in isolation...
not training yet. according to the expected lineup page at gds he's still out for 3 days before he can start training, but that's usually a rough estimate. tuttojuve wrote yesterday that sandro still needed "a little time" to return.
and here's an other lineup, without dybala:
a bit different to the one by sky