Real Madrid youngster’s knee issue not serious, expected to play vs Cadiz

Real Madrid youngster’s knee issue not serious, expected to play vs Cadiz

Concerns regarding injuries at Real Madrid have been a prevalent theme this season, as players have been falling like dominos since the start of the campaign.

After facing major absences in attack, the Merengues were on the brink of losing another forward, with reports previously stating that Rodrygo suffered a knee injury with Brazil.

However, dispelling any doubts about the Brazilian’s inclusion in the upcoming clash against Cadiz, Arancha Rodríguez has come out to report that Rodrygo’s knee is fine and he should have no problems featuring this weekend.

Rodrygo is all good to go

The Real Madrid front line is in the midst of a major crisis. The issue is not a lack of goals but, in fact, a lack of personnel.

With news that Rodrygo is fit, Los Blancos will take great relief knowing Joselu will not be the only first-team striker available at coach Carlo Ancelotti’s disposal.

Due to a knock that caused swelling in his knee, he refrained from joining his teammates on the field and instead stayed inside the gym today, generating angst among the Madrid faithful.

Even so, further tests were pending, and the doctors initially downplayed the severity of the injury.

Despite claims that Rodrygo’s involvement versus Cadiz was in danger, in practice, the report argues he should be all good to go.

Bellingham likely to accompany Rodrygo

Jude Bellingham was similarly a doubt for the clash against Cadiz, but recent information has indicated that he will have the option to participate with protection on his shoulder.

With Vinicius Jr. out injured, the return of Bellingham would guarantee further reassurance up front, considering he has proven to be the club’s focal source of goals.

Real Madrid will return to action soon after a two-week hiatus, and fans will be hoping to see Rodrygo and Bellingham make it back in time.

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