Real Madrid are back on top of the Laliga table after their win against Cadiz. Although Barcelona and Atletico Madrid have some outstanding games. Despite the numbers of Injuries, Zidane was able to put a strong team together. Real Madrid had only two first team Midfielders in the squad with the likes of Modric, Kroos and Valverde out for one reason or the other. Everyone thought Zidane decided to rest Modric but it doesn't seem to be so.
According to Zidane, Modric is out Injured with a minor Injury. "It’s his back,” Zidane said after Real Madrid defeated Cadiz. “But I think it’s only a small thing. I hope we can be back with us soon.” Real Madrid will be hopeful Modric will be back before their clash Against Chelsea.
In Other New, Real Madrid Star Player Sergio Ramos has returned to training. Although he is just doing individual drills, He is expected to be back in full Training very soon. Ramos shared a picture of him training on Twitter.
This is good news as Ramos was not expected to start training till the End of April. He definitely won't be available for the first leg clash with Chelsea but he might be available for the second leg of Real Madrid needs him.
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