Leeds United Midfielder Ronaldo Vieira has received his national call-up to the England Under-20 team, that will be facing Portugal on Tuesday. Despite been kept silent in the Leeds team, this could serve as a chance for him to break back into the team.
Vieira, was part of the English team that took the Toulon Tournament trophy last summer, and now will be facing the Portugal team during the week, via Yorkshire Evening.
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The 19-year-old call-up for England has raised some questions as to why he has only gotten himself limited game time in the Paul Heckingbottom team.
The Portugal-born youngster has not been able afford more than 45 minutes game-time for the Whites this season as he has no favor in the eyes of the Leeds Boss Heckingbottom, who seems to prefer poor performer Eunan O’Kane and Kalvin Phillips ahead of Vieira.
Vieira has not been able to get a nice game-time for the championship club since the departure of Garry Monk last season, with his summer time injury adding playing a part in it.
However, the 19-year-old will be looking to make the match with Portugal a defining moment and a chance for him to get back into the first team regular for the Whites.