Real Madrid’s injury update is a cause for concern. David Alaba could risk missing out on his side’s clash against Manchester City in the first match of their Champions League semi-final on April 26th.
Sports reported that the marauding fullback ‘threw himself on the ground and put his hand on his right leg as if he had some muscular problem.’ However, Ancelotti was very cautious about not complicating his injury and immediately took him off.
Miguel Ángel Díaz told El Partidazo de COPE the first scan showed ‘some discomfort in the adductor of the right leg’ of the 29-year-old.
He added that the former Bayern Munich star would ‘have to undergo an MRI’ to determine the damage’s full extent. Time on the sidelines would spell Alaba missing the match against the Citizens.
They explain that over at AS, the player could miss Real Madrid’s trip to England to face the Premier League winners. They back up Miguel Ángel Díaz’s claims that Alaba will undergo more tests today.
Ancelotti and Real Madrid have injury concerns for the crucial clash against Pep Guardiola’s side. Casemiro missed the win over Granada due to a muscular problem and is doubtful to face Manchester City.