Ronaldo to return for Selecao duty in 2019

The former Manchester United and Real Madrid man has not appear for the Selecao since after World Cup in Russia , missing six games in total.

Cristiano Ronaldo returns

Cristiano Ronaldo has revealed he will available for national team selection in 2019, hoping to help the Fernando Santos side to the first UEFA Nations League Final.

The former Manchester United and Real Madrid man has not appear for the Selecao since after World Cup in Russia , missing six games in total.

In Ronaldo absence Fernando Santos’ Seleção das Quinas are undefeated in six UEFA Euro Nations league winning three and draw three in the process.

Ronaldo, 33, who moved to Juventus after the World Cup said, agreement was reached to excuse him from the national team so could focus on his adaptation with the Old Ladies.

“It was agreed that I would not be in the games of the first half of the season,” he said, translated by BeIn Sport. “I am 33 years old, I had just moved from country to country, working methods, team-mates, professional and personal routines.”

Ronaldo has scored 15 goals and assisted 8 assists in 24 appearances for Juventus so far this season.

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