"Training Begins!" (修業開始!!, Shugyō Kaishi!!) is episode 168 of the Boruto: Naruto Next Generations anime.
He will most likely focus on increasing and heightening his prowess with kenjutsu (as we've seen future Boruto using a blade similar to Sasuke's Kusanagi), ninjutsu since Boruto has already shown prowess with chakra control and nature transformations, as well as formulating his own ninjutsu and the fact he is Naruto's
The only reason he train boruto because he is naruto son. Sasuke feel his life in debt of Naruto .
Chapter 34 of the series sees Naruto take on a new student as Kawaki asks Naruto to train him in ninjutsu after Naruto showed just how far he'll go to protect Kawaki from being taken away by Kara.
Sasuke comes back in episode #478 of Naruto Shippuden. The episode is titled “The Unison Sign.” Sasuke can not stay away from Leaf Village for good. He accepts Naruto's ninja way & returns to his beloved Leaf Village once again after the 4th Great Ninja War to help protect the village from enemies.
"Sasuke and Boruto" (サスケとボルト, Sasuke to Boruto) is episode 54 of the Boruto: Naruto Next Generations anime.
Boruto has fully embraced its brand-new anime arc, and fans just got a taste of what the show has to offer. Not long ago, the series kicked off its 'Chunin Exam' arc, and Boruto just welcomed a new part of the saga by bringing Sasuke Uchiha back home.
Though he hasn't been mentioned in the Boruto Era, I figure it's somewhere in the middle. While the public doesn't know everything Itachi did, Naruto named Itachi as someone who supported his efforts during the years after the war.
In the Kakashi Retsuden novel he goes to Rikkidu country on an S-rank mission, and long story short when he returned to the village and Mitsuki asks where he has been since he's hardly seen in the village, Kakashi responds by saying he's been visiting hot springs.
12 Kakashi Unintentionally Eliminated Rin After returning to their village to mourn the loss of Obito, their team eventually regrouped with the remaining members.
: to support (someone or something) I'll stand behind you no matter what you decide to do.
Most people consider it rude because it's similar to just leaving a face-to-face conversation without any warning. If someone is talking to you, it's considered polite to give them some inclination that you're leaving the conversation.