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Real Madrid received reassuring news regarding Eduardo Camavinga’s injury after the midfielder was forced off during France’s 3-2 victory over Chile on Tuesday.

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Camavinga, visibly in discomfort, left the pitch in the 44th minute, replaced by Matteo Guendouzi. Concerns arose about his availability for upcoming matches, including the Champions League quarter-final first leg against Manchester City, given his pivotal role in Madrid’s lineup.

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Initial reports suggested a sprained ankle, prompting further tests. However, subsequent assessments alleviated fears, classifying the injury as a “simple sprain.” Camavinga reported back to Valdebebas on Wednesday and is expected to undergo specialized recovery work with the physiotherapists and medical staff.

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Barring any setbacks, he should rejoin full training with the squad on Friday. Consequently, Camavinga is likely to feature when Madrid faces Athletic Club in La Liga on Sunday, with no anticipated issues ahead of the City clash at the Bernabeu nine days later.

Seen as a key part of Madrid’s midfield future alongside talents like Jude Bellingham, Aurelien Tchouameni, and Arda Guler, Camavinga’s injury scare was a concern. However, the news of his swift recovery comes as a relief for the club.

Meanwhile, veteran midfielder Toni Kroos, who recently returned to the German national team after a three-year absence, intends to extend his stay at Madrid for at least another season. This decision provides a significant boost to the team amid speculation that Kroos might consider retirement after Euro 2024, making him a crucial asset for the club’s future endeavors.

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