Real Madrid’s injury problems continue to mount as Eduardo Camavinga has suffered an injury while away on international duty with France. As reported by AS, the 21-year-old sprained his knee in training and could be out for up to six weeks.
The injury was caused by a knee-on-knee collision with PSG’s Ousmane Dembélé during training. Camavinga has left the camp and has returned to Madrid, where he will undergo more tests to verify the severity of the injury.
According to ‘El Chiringuito, the player may have damaged the external lateral ligament of the knee, which, if true, would lead to a lengthy absence.
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