Good news at Real Madrid. His captain Sergio Ramos completed training and is available to reappear after a month of absence
Sergio Ramos, captain of Real Madrid, will be able to reappear against Osasuna after completing a new training session with the group recovered from his muscle injury in a calf and the coronavirus, giving air to Zinedine Zidane in a defense in which Ferland Mendy will not be, as Fede Valverde, focus their efforts on returning to London against Chelsea.
Ramos is ready to return to the pitch after a month out. The Madrid captain completed the second training session integrated into the group dynamics in the Valdebebas sports city and Zidane will manage his return to Osasuna, with the aim of gaining competition rhythm for the Champions League semi-final match against Chelsea.
Along with Ramos, the good news for the Madrid coach is the state of Nacho Fernández, who after two days of rest returned to work normally with the rest of his teammates. His presence is key to Dani Carvajal’s new muscle injury.
Although there were hopes in the coaching staff to recover the French Mendy and the Uruguayan Valverde for the league meeting on Saturday against Osasuna, neither arrives on time. The two players were absent from the session and have set the goal for their return on the decisive European appointment next Wednesday. Lucas Vázquez and Dani Carvajal discussed their injuries inside the facilities.
Zidane finished preparing the match against Osasuna with a session in which he outlined the rotations that he will introduce in his starting team and the breaks that he will give to starters who arrive just in strength at the end of the season.
The presence of several homegrown players is expected after the last training session had the presence of Miguel Gutiérrez, Antonio Blanco, Sergio Arribas and the youth defender Ferrán Ruiz.