Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo is all set to make his return to action, it has been confirmed now. The 31-year-old forward had been sidelined due to a knee injury that he suffered in the Euro 2016 final against France and after that he has returned to Madrid for full training this week. The attacker is all set to return to action this weekend in his side’s La Liga clash against Osasuna. The former Manchester United man has stated that he will return for the European Champions in Saturday’s Liga Santader clash against Osasuna.

Ronaldo had suffered a medial collateral ligament damage on his left leg following a severe challenge made by France’s Dimitri Payet, and was sidelined for nearly a month and missed the UEFA Super cup match and opening 2 fixture of the domestic league too and has finally returned to Madrid for training this week.

The UEFA EURO Cup 2016 winner says that he is ready to return, however, He told the reporters at a promotional event: “Yes, I will play [against Osasuna].”

The Royal’s have Faced Real Sociedad and Celta Vigo so far in this years Liga campaign and have emerged victorious in both the fixtures.

The champions of Europe are at present in third place in the points table, tied along with Barcelona and Las Palmas on 6 points from a couple of games. Manager Zinedine Zidane would be hopefully that his talisman has regained full fitness and can start scoring goals on his return to first-team action.