According to Mundo Deportivo journalist Fernando Polo, despite previous reports showing that Robert Lewandowski’s recovery process is progressing according to plan, the 35-year-old striker is still racing against time to return in time for football. El Clasico match. The Polish national team captain sprained his ankle during the UEFA Champions League match against FC Porto.
Although Lewy has made some progress in his recovery, he is still determined to be present for the match against Real Madrid. Information from Mundo Deportivo indicates that Lewandowski may be considering painkiller injections to be able to play on the field.
Other key players, including Pedri, Frenkie de Jong, Raphinha, Jules Koundé and Sergi Roberto, are also injured and cannot participate in Saturday’s match.
Pedri has been out of action with a muscle injury since late August and his recovery is currently taking longer than expected. Frenkie De Jong’s ankle injury is more complicated than Lewandowski’s. The Dutch player is more cautious than his teammate, especially when he does not feel good. However, Frenkie has not yet been left out of the squad for the match against Carlo Ancelotti’s team.
Dang Nguyen | 20:23 October 25, 2023