Real Madrid's Camavinga sidelined after knee injury on international duty
Real Madrid midfielder Eduardo Camavinga has suffered a hamstring injury while on international duty with France. The 21-year-old injured his right knee in training on Wednesday after colliding with Ousmane Dembele.
A statement from La Liga said: " Camavinga, who has played in every league game so far, has torn the back ligament. No time limit was given for his return.
Injuries under Carlos Ancelotti continue to rise as Camavinga becomes the fourth Real Madrid player to miss a knee injury.
On Thursday, winger Vinicius Jr was forced out with a thigh injury in Brazil's 2-1 defeat to Columbia. Goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and defender Eder Militao have been sidelined for some time after undergoing hamstring surgery.
Winger Arda Guler, who signed for Real Madrid last summer, has yet to make his debut. Due to a series of knee injuries.
Camavinga became the youngest French player in 106 years, making his debut in the Uefa Nations League victory over Croatia at the age of 17 years and 9 months.
Earlier this month, he extended his contract with Real Madrid to keep him at the club until 2029. Real Madrid are second in La Liga with their next game against Cadiz on November 26 .