Frenchman Eduardo Camavinga, Real Madrid midfielder, will be out for eight to ten weeks, as the club has stated on its social networks, due to a rupture of the external lateral ligament in his right knee.
The MRI that was performed this morning on Camavinga confirmed the worst omens for Real Madrid, which will not be able to count on the Frenchman for a minimum of two months, after being injured in training with his national team.
Camavinga had to leave France's training session limping on Wednesday after his compatriot Ousmane Dembelé fell on the white team's midfielder's supported right leg.
The first examinations, including a medical report, of the French team pointed to "a sprain in the right knee", although in the end the condition is more serious and the player will miss eight to ten weeks of the season.
The situation has caused anger in his club, as injuries have accumulated for Carlo Ancelotti's team in an international break in which, in addition, they are pending the extent of the discomfort of the Brazilian Vinícius Junior, who retired after 26 minutes of play of the match against Colombia.
"I think it's the same injury as the last time," Vinícius confessed in the mixed zone of the stadium. "I took a hit there and it hurt a little later, but tomorrow we will do tests to see how I go."
Precisely these tests will be the ones that determine the steps to follow with 'Vini', who this season was already out of the playing fields for a month due to a muscle tear in the femoral biceps of his right leg.