Football News: The News Juve man can play against his former side Manchester United after avoiding the extended ban from UEFA, and that pleased the Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri.
Ronaldo will get featured against Manchester United.
The Old Lady manager is pleased to hear the decision of UEFA after they reduced the ban of Ronaldo for just one match and allowed him to face United in the Champions League.
The Portuguese star man was sent off in his first Champions League match for Juventus against Valencia, where Juventus manage to register a 2-0 win against their Spanish counterpart without their star man but the Portuguese picked up the red card for his immaculate clash with Murrilo.
After his off the field incident with the Valencia man, the match officials showed him the straight red card which could have resulted from him a multiple match ban but UEFA disciplinary committee reduced it to the one-match ban.
Ronaldo will Miss Juventus’s second Champions League match against the Young Boys but he will be able to face his former side back to back in Home and away matches.
On their pre-match conference against Napoli, Allegri stated: "I'm happy, it's right that he gets to play against Manchester United,"
"He's doing well, even in [the game against] Bologna he had a good game. It's right that he plays for the team, just as the team plays for him.
"Then we have to improve in some things, we have to serve him better, but we are together recently, we have all the time to improve."