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Real Madrid has officially announced that goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has undergone a successful surgery to address his latest knee injury.

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The Belgian goalkeeper endured an ACL tear in his left knee during pre-season, sidelining him for eight months. Despite his return to training earlier this month, with hopes of playing after the March international break, Courtois sustained an injury to his right knee during training, prompting the need for surgery.

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“Thibaut Courtois underwent successful surgery today for a tear in the internal meniscus of his right knee under the supervision of the Real Madrid Medical Services,” stated the club.

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Courtois is expected to commence his recovery process in the coming days. However, reports indicate that he will be out of action for approximately two more months, effectively ruling out his return for the remainder of the season. Real Madrid’s final La Liga match is slated for May 26th against Real Betis.

Expressing gratitude for the support received, Courtois shared on social media, “Thank you all for your messages. Sad for an injury that is only a small setback that will make me come back much stronger. Feeling your support makes me cope much better.”

Meanwhile, there’s positive news for Madrid as Eder Militao, another injured player, took a significant step toward his return by participating in a behind-closed-doors friendly against the Castilla team. Having endured an ACL injury in the season’s opening game, Militao completed the match without experiencing any pain or complications. He will continue to intensify his recovery efforts with the aim of potentially returning next month.

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