The Italian champions are set to feature in the ICC but will play in the Asian edition of the competition due to Ronaldo being under investigation for rape in Las Vegas.
Panja reported the organisers do not wish to risk the Portuguese being detained if he flies into the country with his team.
Per Panja, in October, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department reopened an investigation against Ronaldo after Kathryn Mayorga said the player raped her in 2009 and paid her $375,000 to retain her silence on the matter.
Juve also backed Ronaldo and commended his attitude after signing a deal to play for their club:
Ronaldo was a United player when the alleged rape occurred on June 19, 2009. The forward moved to Real Madrid during that summer.