Ceballos and Jovic are back

Casemiro, Ceballos, Asensio y Nacho en un ejercicio del entrenamiento del Real Madrid este lunes.

Barely twelve hours after reaping a new and important victory at Pizjuán on the way to winning the League title, The Real Madrid players took to the pitch at Valdebebas to start preparing for the game this Wednesday 20 (21:30, Movistar+ LaLiga) against Osasuna.

A recovery session that was literally both for those who played last night and for some of those who could not travel with the Madrid expedition for various reasons. The match against Sevilla left no damage in the form of injuries and Carlo Ancelotti was able to count on some of the players who were unable to travel to Seville on Monday. Dani Ceballos rejoined the group after testing negative after testing positive for COVID last Thursday. Also Jovic, who did not travel to Seville still suffering from a blow to the ankle he suffered during the national team break, worked normally and completed training with the group. Nevertheless, Jesús Vallejo, who tested positive on Tuesday, on the eve of the second leg against Chelsea, is still isolated.

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In the chapter on casualties due to injury, Mendy and Hazard evolve favorably. The French winger, who is rushing deadlines to be available in the first leg of the Champions League semifinals against Manchester City, made a career on the pitch, although without touching the ball yet. The one who did have contact with the ball was the Belgian, who continues with his recovery after having operated at the end of March to remove the plate he had on his fibula.

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The team will train again tomorrow, Tuesday, in the last session before the league match against Osasuna. A match in which Ancelotti will once again have Casemiro available, after the Brazilian missed the match against Sevilla after having to serve a penalty for a cycle of yellow cards. After the visit to Pamplona, ​​the team will have six days to go until the first match of the Champions League tie against Citysince the League for this weekend (only the postponed Barça-Rayo will be played) due to the Copa del Rey final dispute.


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