Real Madrid were pleased to pull off a comeback win in Saturday’s Clasico, even though it cost them dearly. Accordingly, Aurelien Tchouameni suffered a broken bone in his ankle during the match.
That means Tchouameni will be out of action for the next two months and things could be made worse by questions over the fitness of Ferland Mendy, who limped off the field in the second half of Saturday’s match.
The left-back only returned to action last month after suffering a hamstring injury in the pre-season El Clasico match, so there are growing concerns that the Frenchman will be sidelined for a while longer. Luckily, that won’t happen.
Accordingly, journalist Sergio Quirante shared Real confirmed that Mendy is fine and he has no long-term injury. It’s news that brings mixed emotions at the moment for Los Blancos. The El Clasico win and the news about Mendy are very welcome, but losing Tchouameni for a long time becomes a big loss.
Lu Phong | 13:51 October 30, 2023