The young full-back missed yesterday's session, still in Budapest, because of muscle pain in his left leg, so it remains to be seen whether he will be on the pitch at the Allianz Arena stadium in Munich, where Portugal will face the Germans on Saturday.

Portugal and Germany will play on Saturday, starting at 17:00 (Lisbon time), at the Allianz Arena stadium, in Munich, in a match for the second round of Group F of Euro2020.

In the first round, Portugal won 3-0 against Hungary, in Budapest, with a goal from Raphaël Guerreiro and two from Cristiano Ronaldo, helping them to secure their first three points in Group F, the same as France, who beat the Germans by 1- 0, in Munich, thanks to an own goal by Mats Hummels.