Camavinga: Updates on Real Madrid’s midfielder’s injury

Eduardo Camavinga got an injury that forced him to leave the national training camp earlier, but the latest updates bring good news for Real Madrid fans.


Camavinga’s injury

Los Blancos’s golden boy Camavinga was in pain as his teammate Ousmane Dembele slipped and fell over his knee during a training session.

The French midfielder appeared in agony and could not carry on the rest of the session.

He left the pitch at Clairefontaine grimacing and told the France staff that his knee had “turned,” according to ESPN. The former Stade Rennais superstar had to rush back to Spain to proceed with further tests.

Real Madrid, who have already l, will hope that an MRI scan Camavinga will undergo on Thursday doesn’t show anything serious.

It’s understandable why the La Liga giant rushed to bring Camavinga back, as they had lost another French midfielder, Aurélien Tchouaméni, to injury for a few more weeks. Carlo Ancelotti would not risk his second midfielder for injury.

Camavinga injured in training
Camavinga injured in training

Madrid return to LaLiga action away to Cádiz on Nov. 26 to begin a hectic run of seven games in 25 days. The team currently sits second in La Liga and has already qualified for the European club competition.

Camavinga’s situation after test

The first medical diagnosis was positive, and even the player himself felt okay. However, sources added that a second diagnosis, made later in the day, painted a less encouraging picture.

Reports from the French press indicate that Eduardo Camavinga’s knee injury, which he suffered during today’s training session with Les Bleus, isn’t severe.

Camavinga will still get some tests on that knee injury to ensure he has avoided structural damage that could compromise his performance over the next few months.

However, the young midfielder has escaped a serious injury, which is definitely a relief for Real Madrid fans and coaching staff alike, given his importance within the squad. According to a source from Cope, Madrid fans can breathe now as their player is totally fine.

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