Injury problems at Real Madrid continue to persist

It doesn't look good for Eduardo Camavinga. The Frenchman suffered a knee injury during a training session with the national team. Camavinga hasn't torn his cruciate ligament, which was feared, but will still be sidelined for eight to ten weeks.

Injury problems at Real Madrid continue to persist
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According to Relevo in Spain, the Spanish media outlet is reporting based on sources around the player. There is no torn cruciate ligament, but Camavinga will be dealing with a knee injury for over two months. 

The likelihood is high that he will miss the Spanish Supercup, scheduled to take place in Saudi Arabia in January.

Camavinga's injury is an additional setback for Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti, who is already without Vinícius Jr. due to an injury while with Brazil. Vinícius Jr. is expected to be sidelined for about a month. Arda Güler, Kepa Arribazalaga, Thibaut Courtois, Aurélien Tchouaméni, and Éder Militão are also currently injured. Courtois and Militão are even dealing with long-term injuries.