Sergio Ramos potential injury could be a significant worry for Real Madrid.
Sergio Ramos left Spain’s Nations League conflict with Germany on Tuesday with a potential physical issue blow now on the hands of club side Real Madrid.
Los Blancos commander went off before half-time and seemed to motion to the rear of his correct thigh as he arrived at the touchline.
In an agreeable and maybe memorable night for Spain, information on a likely physical issue to their persuasive commander may come as a blow.
After the match against Germany, Spain lead trainer Luis Enrique communicated hopefulness that Ramos didn’t endure a genuine physical issue.
“We don’t believe the injuries are too serious or important,” Luis Enrique said at his post-match press conference.
“But it’s still an unpleasant moment for everyone. I feel bad for their clubs but this is how it is.”
It leaves Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane in a perplexed state as the league champions have important games on their hands.
First, they travel to second-placed Villarreal on Saturday, knowing a win could take them to within a point of early leaders Real Sociedad at the top of the table.
Ramos, 34, recently scored his 100th goal for Real Madrid.
Then he became the most-capped player in European international history as he passed the benchmark previously set by Gianluigi Buffon.