Real Madrid have been dealt a heavy blow after Eduardo Camavinga, the team’s midfielder, was injured during France’s training session last night, Wednesday, as they prepare to face Gibraltar in a European Championship qualifier.
Many reports have indicated that the French star will miss the Merengue until next January 2024 due to a knee injury.
Matches Camavinga will miss against Real Madrid
The Spanish newspaper Relivo emphasized that the Camavinga player will miss many matches in the Spanish Championship, including confrontations with Cadiz, Granada, Real Betis, Villarreal and Alaves.
He will also miss matches against Napoli and Union Berlin in the Champions League.
A new disaster befalls Real Madrid due to Camavinga’s injury
Spanish newspaper AS reported that Carlo Ancelotti is looking for a new midfielder to compensate for Camavinga’s injury.
The newspaper also highlighted the Royal Club’s concerns over the midfield, especially following the injuries to Tswamini and Kamavanga.
Toni Kroos is considered the preferred option to replace the duo alongside Castilla’s Mario Martin, the newspaper has confirmed.
Real Madrid currently have three midfielders available: Luka Modric, Toni Kroos and Federico Valverde.