Cristiano Ronaldo has revealed that he will return for Real Madrid in Saturday's Liga clash with Osasuna.
The 31-year-old has been nursing a knee injury that he picked up in the European Championship final, preventing him from playing in the European Super Cup or either of Real Madrid's La Liga games this season.
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Ronaldo suffered medial collateral ligament damage in his left leg following a challenge from France's Dimitri Payet, and has only returned to Madrid training this week.
The Portugal captain insists he is ready to return, however, telling reporters at a promotional event: "Yes, I will play [against Osasuna]."
Los Blancos have won both of their Liga games so far this season, beating Real Sociedad and Celta Vigo.