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Real Madrid know the extent of the injury [Ferland Mendy]

Real Madrid know the extent of the injury [Ferland Mendy]



Mendy is out for two months with a muscle injury It published a medical report on Ferland Mendy, who had to leave last week's match against Atletico de Madrid with a muscle injury.

 After tests carried out today by the Real Madrid Medical Service, our player Ferland Mendy was diagnosed with an injury to the semimembranosus muscle in his left leg. 

His recovery will be monitored. Source: Realmadrid.com As always, Real Madrid have not given any kind of estimate on how long Mendy will need to be out, but a report from Cadena COPE says he will need to miss both for the next few months, which clearly means that it is a serious injury. 

If the reports are correct, Mendy will miss both legs of Liverpool and the first leg of the Copa Del Rey semi-final against Barcelona. 

Ancelotti will have to choose a replacement, but Camavinga has a good chance of continuing if he can continue his top form. 

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Real Madrid left-back Ferland Mendy is expected to be out for up to six weeks after picking up a thigh injury in the Copa del Rey quarter-final.

 The 27-year-old suffered an injury before half-time in the 3-1 win over Atletico Madrid and sat out the goalless draw with Real Sociedad. 

Real has now confirmed that Mendy has been diagnosed with a muscle injury and local reports believe that he could be out of action for up to six weeks, which is a major setback for this season. 

Real, who are five points behind Barcelona in La Liga, have tough league games against Valencia and Real Betis to look forward to over the next six weeks, as well as a Madrid derby against their rivals. at Atletico on February 26.

 Carlo Ancelotti's men are also set to travel to Camp Nou to face Barcelona on March 19, giving Mendy a real race against time to be fit for this crucial fixture. 

In the Champions League, Real will also be without Mendy in the first leg match against Liverpool at Anfield on February 21. Jurgen Klopp's Reds travel to Madrid for the second leg three weeks later on March 15. 

Left-back is a position where Real are not blessed with real depth. Nacho Fernandez, a mercurial centre-back, was often used there, but was needed on the right against Sociedad, forcing midfielder Eduardo Camavinga to play on the left. 

"[Camavinga] did a good job," Ancelotti said about the performance of the French star. "He wasn't used to it but, with him and Vinicius, we created a lot of chances in that area. 

"He is an option that we can use, even if he is not comfortable, he gives us energy, which he contributes in the midfield and also as a winger. 

In that position, when he is with Vinicius, the right-back should be more in the interior. . , and he does that very well."


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