A couple of the players who will take part in the 2014 FIFA World Cup have not been considered by FIFA, according to the club.
The most notable omission from the list is Brazilian striker Ronaldo, who was the most prolific goalscorer for Portugal in World Cup 2014, with six goals in five games.
Ronaldo has been linked with a move to the Premier League and, if confirmed by the FIFA Disciplinary Committee, will not be able to play in the tournament in Brazil.
He is not eligible to be substituted in the World Cup as his contract ends in 2020.
Portugal have had no contact with the player, but will still be in contention for the tournament.
They have also had no communication with the club’s management and have no plans to appoint a new manager in the coming weeks, a club spokesperson told Goal.
Portugal are currently tied with Uruguay and Chile for the second place in Group F and have a realistic chance of securing the top spot in the group, as they will face Japan in the quarter-finals on Wednesday (AEDT).
Brazil, who finished fourth in the world in 2014, will be hoping to add a fourth World Cup to their legacy.