The Portuguese attacker collided with Kiko Casilla and was forced to leave training early, causing a concern ahead of Saturday’s Champions League final with Atletico Madrid
However, the attacker insists there is nothing to worry about, telling reporters that he is 100 per cent fit.
“It is nothing,” Ronaldo said. “In a couple of days everything will be fine.”
The issue came as an unwelcome development for Zinedine Zidane, though, who confirmed that Ronaldo had sat out a practice match on Saturday as a precaution after “a little bit of a feeling in his leg”.
The 31-year-old has been in superb form in this season’s competition, scoring 16 goals in 11 matches as he aims to break his own record of 17 set in the club’s victorious 2013-14 campaign.