Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo will hold showdown talks with club bosses when he returns from the international break later this week.
This is according to Italian media outlet Gazzetta dello Sport which revealed in one of its publications that the former Manchester United attacker will be questioned by Juventus vice-chairman Pavel Nedved and sporting director Fabio Paratici.
Ronaldo would be questioned over his conduct in the last game before the international break.
The Portuguese national team skipper reacted angrily after he was substituted on 55 minutes during the league game at home to AC Milan.
He was replaced by Paolo Dybala during the game and the Argentine international went on to score the only goal of the game.
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It is the earliest that Cristiano Ronaldo has been substituted in his 18 months at Juventus.
He has now been substituted for a second successive game at Juventus with Italian tactician Maurizio Sarri as the manager.
Ronaldo gave Sarri a stern look when he was substituted during the Milan game before storming down the tunnel.
The Portuguese attacker left the Juventus Stadium before the end of the game.
He had earlier been substituted during the Champions League game with Russian side Lokomotiv Moscow.