Real Madrid Goalkeeper suffers Adductor Muscle Injury

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Warming up for Real Madrid’s Champions League match against Braga, goalie Kepa Arrizabalaga injured his adductor muscle, potentially sidelining him for three weeks.

A little rupture in Kepa’s right adductor was discovered during medical testing on Thursday. An MRI is scheduled for him on Friday.

Prior to Wednesday’s Champions League encounter against Braga, the goalkeeper—who is on loan from Chelsea—experienced some discomfort during the warm-up.

In his place, Real Madrid defeated rivals Barcelona 3-0 to advance to the continental semifinals. The Ukrainian Andriy Lunin maintained a perfect record.

According to Real Madrid insiders who spoke with AFP on Thursday, Kepa might be sidelined for two to three weeks.

In addition to missing Spain’s forthcoming Euro 2024 qualifiers against Georgia at home on November 19 and in Cyprus on November 16, he will also miss Saturday’s league match against Valencia at the Santiago Bernabeu.

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