Real Madrid has had a rough international break.
Eduardo Camavinga got a knee ligament sprain in training with France, sidelining him for 8-10 weeks, likely until mid-January.
Aurelien Tchouameni’s absence for six weeks adds to Real Madrid’s midfield concerns.
Vinicius Junior also faced a setback, injuring his hamstring while playing for Brazil.
Initially slated for a month’s recovery, reports now suggest he’ll be out for six weeks, ruling him out until the end of the year.
This injury mirrors a previous one but now affects his left hamstring, having previously injured his right.
While Real Madrid coped during Vinicius’ prior absence, Jude Bellingham’s outstanding performance helped fill the gap.
However, with a packed schedule in late November and December, Vinicius’s absence will be deeply felt by Los Blancos.