Cristiano Ronaldo Joins Portugal National Team Camp For International Break, Shares Pictures of Training With Teammates (See Post)
The Al-Nassr star was spotted having fun with his teammates like Joao Felix and Ruben Dias during a training session with Portugal national team.
Footballers are currently in the International break, the first of the season. They have left their clubs and joined the camps of their respective International teams. Likewise, Cristiano Ronaldo was also spotted to join Portugal national team camp and shared pictures of training with teammates on social media.
Cristiano Ronaldo reunites with former Man Utd team-mates as he trains with Portugal ahead of Slovakia clash
CRISTIANO RONALDO linked up with his former Manchester United team-mates at Portugal training this week.
The superstar left the Red Devils last November before signing for Al-Nassr in January.
Cristiano Ronaldo in training ahead of Portugal’s game against SlovakiaCredit: EPA
The superstar trained alongside his former United pal Diogo DalotCredit: EPA
Ronaldo, 38, is looking to add to his 200 caps against Slovakia and Luxembourg.
The striker will also be aiming to extend his international goalscoring record, which stands at 123 goals.
To do so he may need help from former United team-mate Bruno Fernandes, who is likely to start both games.
The midfielder was spotted in training alongside Ronaldo and fellow Red Devil Diogo Dalot.
The right-back has 12 Portugal caps and became close with Ronaldo during his second stint at Old Trafford.
The pair were seen hugging and smiling with each other when they reunited for the first time since Ronaldo’s exit in March.
Ronaldo slammed several aspects of the club when he left the Red Devils but pointed to Dalot as one of the most professional players in the squad alongside Casemiro and Lisandro Martinez.
But the former Real Madrid star’s relationship with Fernandes appeared a little more frosty after he left United, as the pair briefly shook hands while linking up for the national team.