Yesterday, ESPN revealed that Eduardo Camavinga will return to Madrid after suffering a knee injury during Wednesday’s training session with the French team.
The Real Madrid midfielder will undergo a medical examination at the club’s Valdebebas training ground to assess the extent of the injury. Previously, Camavinga hurt his knee after a collision with Paris Saint-Germain striker Ousmane Dembélé in a small practice match and was unable to complete the practice session.
To date, Real Madrid’s official announcement has been released. Journalist Fabrizio Romano quoted on Twitter: “Real Madrid’s recent tests now show that Eduardo Camavinga has torn the external ligament in his right knee. He is expected to sit out until the end of 2023 and can return to play in January.”
Besides Camavinga, the White Vultures also lost midfielder Aurélien Tchouaméni due to injury. Real Madrid will return to La Liga to play at Cádiz Stadium on November 26. They are ranked 2nd, 2 points behind top team Girona.
Ngoa Long | 17:59 November 17, 2023