Cristiano Ronaldo will be out of the squad list of the Portuguese team for the team's matches scheduled for October and November.
Ronaldo will not be called for matches against Poland, in the League of Nations, or against Scotland.
According to the sports newspaper Record, the player spoke with the president of the Portuguese Football Federation, Fernando Gomes, and with the national coach, Fernando Santos, and agreed that it is better that the player is not called for the next matches.
Ronaldo, the newspaper added, would have clarified that this situation does not imply that the player – now at Juventus – does not maintain his commitment to the Portuguese national team.
This announcement coincides with the controversy that splashes Cristiano Ronaldo for the investigation opened in the United States for a report of rape.
The president of the FPF, Fernando Gomes, expressed his "total solidarity" with the player, in an interview with the state agency Lusa.
"In my name and on behalf of the Portuguese Football Federation, I express my total solidarity with Cristiano Ronaldo, at a time when his good name and reputation are being questioned," Gomes said.
"I believe in his word, not only because I defend the presumption of innocence as a basic principle of a state of law, but also because I know Ronaldo many years ago and I am a witness of his good character," said Gomes.
The player denied this Tuesday "in a clear way" the accusations in a message posted on his Twitter account.
"I categorically deny the accusations that have been addressed to me: rape is an abominable crime that goes against everything I am and what I believe in. I do not want to feed the media show created by people who want to promote themselves to me. coast, "wrote Cristiano.
"My conscience is clean and allows me to wait calmly for the results of all kinds of investigations," Cristiano continued in a second tweet, published a few minutes after the first.