Real Madrid has been hampered by injuries this season, but their performance on the field has not been hindered. Carlo Ancelotti’s club is the only one to have won all four LaLiga games this season.
Real Madrid’s injury problem is anticipated to materialize, especially as they get ready for a demanding schedule leading up to the following international break. Los Blancos have seven games scheduled over the following three weeks, including their first two Champions League games.
Only 15 fit outfield players are currently available for Real Madrid’s tough run of games, according to Marca. Ancelotti is unlikely to rush Dani Ceballos and Ferland Mendy back into action despite the fact that they have resumed full training.
Eder Militao is still out with a catastrophic knee injury sustained in the season opener against Athletic Club, while Vinicius Junior is not anticipated to be risked until the end of this month.
Given his restricted options, Ancelotti may decide to bolster his roster by recruiting young players. Young players like Nico Paz and Gonzalo Garcia are vying for senior squad debuts and might make their Real Madrid debuts in the coming weeks.