Juventus players will be able to return to individual training this week at the Continassa centre.

According to Corriere Torino, Juve’s Training Center is expected to reopen between tomorrow and Wednesday to allow players to return for individual training sessions only, however not everyone will be able to return.

Players who remained in Italy during the Coronavrius pandemic can train individually at Continassa where Juve will make available a reduced staff, consisting of a doctor, a physiotherapist and an athletic trainer.

Bianconeri coach Maurizio Sarri isn’t expected to attend these sessions, however some 11 players, excluding injured Merih Demiral, will have the centre available to them: Gigi Buffon, Carlo Pinsoglio, Mattia De Sciglio, Leonardo Bonucci, Giorgio Chiellini, Daniele Rugani, Juan Cuadrado, Miralem Pjanic (who completed the 14 days of isolation for those returning from abroad), Aaron Ramsey, Rodrigo Bentancur and Federico Bernardeschi.

Paulo Dybala is still recovering and awaiting the all-clear from his latest swab test, however he continues to train at home for now.

Juventus have called up the players abroad to return to Turin, although without setting a maximum return date, considering the logistics involved for some to return to Italy.

Gonzalo Higuain remains in Argentina, while Alex Sandro, Danilo and Douglas Costa returned to Brazil during the pandemic.

On the other hand, Cristiano Ronaldo returned to Turin yesterday, despite his Gulfstream 2000 being blocked three times before he could leave Madrid to return to Funchal, where he arrived in the late afternoon, only to leave immediately .

In Europe,  Adrien Rabiot, Sami Khedira, Tek Szczesny, Matthijs De Ligt and Blaise Matuidi, will look to return in the coming days before observing a 14 day isolation period before being given the all-clear to return to training.