Man Utd’s Cristiano Ronaldo timeline as government ‘reject’ quarantine exemption ahead of debut

UK government denies the quarantine exemption of Cristiano Ronaldo ahead of his debut in Manchester United.

Man Utd’s Cristiano Ronaldo timeline as government ‘reject’ quarantine exemption ahead of debut

UK government denies the quarantine exemption of Cristiano Ronaldo ahead of his debut in Manchester United.
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The government rejects the quarantine exemption of Cristiano Ronaldo ahead of his debut in Manchester United. He is facing these issues just 3 practice sessions before his Old Trafford debut for the second time.

Man Utd's Cristiano Ronaldo timeline as government 'reject' quarantine exemption ahead of debut | SportzPoint.com
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The 36-year-old signed a two-year contract with Manchester United and can also extend it for more 12 months. Christiano Ronaldo returned to the Red Devils after 12 years. The Portuguese superhero is now the highest goal scorer in international football history and clearly dominating the world.

The next match of Portugal is against Qatar. It will be followed up by a World Cup qualifier against Azerbaijan on September 7th.

If Cristiano Ronaldo played in the match against Azerbaijan, then he would have missed the Premier League clash of Manchester United vs Newcastle on 11 September.

According to the UK Government, they denied the club’s request for an exemption ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo’s debut into Manchester United. As per regulations, Ronaldo will quarantine for 5 days and will need to present negative Covid-19 reports on the 2nd and 5th day of his Quarantine period.

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