After being on halt for almost two months, football leagues across the world will resume to action. Following are the star players who came back for training to gear up for upcoming matches.
Juventus' Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo gestures as he leaves in his car after attending training on May 19, 2020 at the club's Continassa training ground in Turin, as the country's lockdown is easing after over two months, aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 infection, caused by the novel coronavirus.
Bayern Munich's Polish striker Robert Lewandowski, wears a face mask as he leaves the team's trainings session at the FC Bayern Munich Campus in Munich, southern Germany. The Bundesliga returns on May, 16, 2020 in empty stadiums, but German fans are being warned to stay away and authorities have warned matches could be halted if too many supporters gather outside the grounds.
German football will be blazing a trail among Europe's top leagues by resuming two months after it was halted by the spread of coronavirus, but its strategy is fraught with risks.
Barcelona's Uruguayan forward Luis Suarez attending a training session at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper in Sant Joan Despi as Spain prepares to ease its tough lockdown measures to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 disease. The Spanish government announced a deconfinement plan for professional footballers which initially allowed them to train separate from each other, with a maximum of six players on a field.
Real Madrid's Spanish defender and captain Sergio Ramos arrives to undergo coronavirus tests at the Ciudad del Real Madrid training facilities in Valdebebas, Madrid. Real Madrid started to undergo coronavirus tests today as La Liga clubs planned to return to restricted training ahead of the proposed resumption of the season next month.