Zidane in Trouble as Real Madrid Could be Without TEN Star Players in their next match
By Akinsports | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 2188 views
Real Madrid Injury problems keep increasing with more of their star players getting sidelined almost every game. Real Madrid won their last game against Huesca as they came from one goal down to win the game. Raphael Varane brace was enough for Real Madrid to win.
However, Real Madrid could be without 10 of their star players when they play their next game against Getafe. Ramos is the latest player to join the list after undergoing surgery on his knee. Hazard is out for at least 4 weeks while Rodrygo is still Injured since November.
Valverde and Carvajal are other players who won't be available for Zidane while Vazquez and Isco are just recovering. Their availability is under question. Also , According to Marca, Odriozola picked a knock Against Huesca and Militao who was suspended for the game is also a doubt for the game.
ToniKroos however will be absent after getting his fifth yellow card Against Huesca.
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