Juventus in crisis as Ronaldo to undergo ankle damage test

Cristiano Ronaldo will undergo a tests on his lower ankle for damages, affirmed Juventus, in front of Sunday’s Serie A confrontation with Napoli.

An announcement discharged by the club after the present instructional meeting noted Douglas Costa and Ronaldo worked independently from whatever is left of the squad.

Tests are arranged either today or tomorrow on a thump to one side lower leg that Ronaldo continued amid the Bologna coordinate at the end of the week.

Emre Can and Miralem Pjanic are back in standard preparing, while Sami Khedira proceeds with his recovery from heart medical procedure.

The club proclamation peruses: “Both Douglas Costa and Cristiano Ronaldo prepared seperately from the group.

“For CR7, registration have been booked for now and tomorrow following a thump to one side of his lower ankle amid the diversion against Bologna.”

The damage couldn’t come at a more awful time for Massimiliano Allegri’s side as they enter a critical period in their season.

In spite of the fact that the Scudetto looks nearly guaranteed with Juve having opened up an important lead at the highest point of the Serie A table, Sunday’s match with second-put Napoli remains an intense test.

It could even be contended that a visit to the San Paolo Stadium will give one of the last enormous obstacles in Allegri’s quest for an unbeaten residential battle.

Pushing ahead, the arrival leg of the Champions League last-16 tie with Atletico Madrid may end up being characterizing when thinking back on Ronaldo’s first season at the Allianz Stadium.

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