Los Blancos confirmed today that the midfielder will miss up to 8 weeks.
The Royal club announced the medical report of Eduardo Camavinga, who suffered an LCL tear two days ago while on camp with the French national team.
After exams today, it has become clear that France international has torn the lateral collateral ligament in his right knee. That means that Camavinga would not be able to compete for about 2 months, but there is a scenario where the midfielder will be out for even more time.
❌ Eduardo Camavinga has suffered his first injury of his Real Madrid career.
He was last injured with Rennes in 2021. pic.twitter.com/wSDnWzH6b0
— Madrid Zone (@theMadridZone) November 17, 2023
Los Blancos must monitor this very closely because these types of injuries can become even more serious with forced treatment. However, if everything goes well, this injury will not have a long-term effect on Eduardo, and he will return to his old self at the beginning of the next year.
Real Madrid are expected to use Toni Kroos in his position as Los Blancos can’t count also on Tchouameni who is sidelined with an injury.