He returned for Juve's behind-closed-doors win over Serie A rivals Inter on March 8 before heading back prior to Italy being placed into lockdown.
But Gigli claims the 35-year-old is now more concerned with "taking pictures by the pool" and has set an unfortunate precedent that is making it hard for other sports stars to be contained. What I remember most about that game was our tactic of leaving the grass really long and we didn't water the pitch so the ball wouldn't travel as quick in the hope of slowing down Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale.More news: How will the $2 trillion stimulus rescue package impact you?
"Businessman Jorge Mendes and Cristiano Ronaldo will donate two intensive care wings for the CHULN; each wing will be totally equipped and will have the capacity for 10 beds", a spokesperson for the CHULN told ESPN.
"He said he was going to Portugal to see his mother, but now he only appears to be taking pictures by the pool".
"They all should have been quarantined".
Those outside of Turin have been given individual training regimes, but they will be short of sharpness when returning to the Allianz Stadium and have to prove that they are not carriers of the coronavirus.More news: More than 1,000 US coronavirus deaths, near 70,000 cases: tracker
Ronaldo is not the only Juventus player not self-isolating in Italy - which is experiencing one of the worst COVID-19 outbreaks worldwide - with Sami Khedira, Miralem Pjanic, Rodrigo Bentancur and Gonzalo Higuain having also gone to their respective home countries.
"When they return, it'll be more hard to get back in shape because they'll have to stay in quarantine for 14 days".
"These units, called UCI Jorge Mendes and UCI Cristiano Ronaldo, after the COVID-19 [pandemic is over] will be converted and will remain as a reinforcement of intensive care medicine, which had 31 beds before the new coronavirus pandemic, increasing its capacity to 51 beds", ESPN quoted the Lisbon hospital centre as saying.More news: United Kingdom woman, 21, dies from coronavirus despite no pre-existing health issues