• Cristiano Ronaldo's fans are wishing him well and praying for his fast recovery after he tested positive for COVID-19
  • Ronaldo last played on Sunday in Portugal's UEFA Nations League match against France
  • The Juventus forward will miss several games, including Portugal's match with Sweden on Wednesday

Cristiano Ronaldo is the latest soccer star to test positive for the coronavirus. The Juventus player received well-wishes from fans after news of his diagnosis broke.

On Tuesday, the Portuguese soccer federation announced that its superstar player, Ronaldo, contracted COVID-19, though he is not exhibiting any symptoms. He has been quarantined and has been dropped from Portugal's upcoming UEFA Nations League match.

Ronaldo's fans immediately took to Twitter to show their support for the Juventus forward and wished him a quick recovery so he can return to the field soon.

"Cristiano ronaldo tested positive for covid.... that man has had such a big impact on my life and my love for football so i hope for a speedy recovery," one fan tweeted.

"Only virus can stop you from scoring goals. King Cristiano Ronaldo. Get well soon #Ronaldo," another wrote.

"Get well soon G.O.A.T. And come back stronger for Champions League. #CristianoRonaldo," a third fan tweeted.

"@Cristiano get well soon love ya champ. I pray for your speedy recovery. Be safe and be healthy," another netizen wrote.

"@Cristiano Get well soon the world's greatest football player!!! Ronny be strong n know we love you soo very very much!!! Simply the best soccer player ever in the universe!!!!" a Twitter user posted.

Ronaldo's Portugal faced Spain in a friendly match last week. He also played in their Nations League matchup with France on Sunday.

Ronaldo was the only player on the Portugal national team to test positive for COVID-19. Spain and France have not reported positive cases, NPR reported.

Ronaldo "is doing well, without symptoms, and in isolation," according to the federation. But his condition will force him to miss several games, including the UEFA Nations League match between Portugal and Sweden on Wednesday.

Last week, two other Portugal players, Jose Fonte and Anthony Lopes, tested positive for COVID-19. Earlier this year, three Juventus stars, Daniele Rugani, Blaise Matuidi and Paulo Dybala, also contracted the virus, The Associated Press reported.

Several players from other teams have tested positive for COVID-19 as well, including Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba, Brazilian star Neymar and two of the latter's Paris Saint-Germain teammates.

Cristiano Ronaldo last played for Juventus against Inter Milan on March 8
Cristiano Ronaldo last played for Juventus against Inter Milan on March 8 AFP / Marco Bertorello