Eduardo Camavinga has been cleared to return to Madrid, where he will undergo final injury checks at the Valdebebas training ground. Previously, Camavinga collided with Ousmane Dembele of Paris Saint-Germain during a practice match.
According to ESPN sources, the midfielder was clearly in pain and his knee was dislocated. The first medical diagnosis seemed positive and Camavinga himself felt fine. However, testing later in the day painted a less optimistic outlook.
Real now faces the risk of its key player being sidelined. Los Blancos will now wait for the results of an MRI scan expected on Thursday, with the hope that the results do not reveal any serious problems.
Even if the situation worsens, Camavinga is at risk of sitting out for a significant period of time. With a busy schedule ahead, including seven matches in 25 days starting with the encounter with Cadiz in La Liga, Real wants the former Rennes midfielder to return to action in time.
Lu Phong | 17:25 November 16, 2023