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Real Madrid’s Crisis Deepens: Vinicius Suffers Severe Blow, Fears of Prolonged Absence

The injury woes at Real Madrid have taken a grave turn with the extent of Vinicius’ injury revealed to be more severe than initially anticipated. As the Brazilian forward faces an extended spell on the sidelines, concerns mount for the club already grappling with an injury-hit squad.

The Real Madrid camp is currently in a state of apprehension, not only due to several players still on international duty or the growing list of injuries but primarily because of the severity of Vinicius’ setback. The recovery operation for the young talent might prove to be longer than expected, casting a shadow of fear over the possibility of setbacks.

The injury list, which includes the likes of Aurélien Tchouaméni, Jude Bellingham, Dani Ceballos, Thibaut Courtois, Arda Guler, Kepa, Eder Militao, and Eduardo Camavinga, has now been joined by Vinicius. Since 2021, Real Madrid has lost a total of nine players due to international tournaments, a concerning trend that impacts the team’s overall performance.

Vinicius, speaking about his injury after the recent defeat against Colombia, expressed his concern: “I think it’s the same as last time. I took a hit there, and it bothered me a little later. Tomorrow we will do tests to see how I’m doing.” This marks the second time this season that Vinicius’ legs have given way, prompting Real Madrid to initiate a recovery plan urgently. However, the road to recovery may be more complex than initially envisioned, with running potentially exacerbating the issue.

Fear of Recurrence

The gravity of Vinicius’ injury has prompted an extensive evaluation within the Real Madrid organization. Information circulating within the Valdebebas sports city indicates that the situation is more serious than portrayed in mainstream media. Describing it as a biceps femoris rupture with distal tendon involvement, the club deems it the worst muscular injury Vinicius could have suffered.

Vinicius’ explosive style of play, characterized by sudden bursts of speed and rapid changes in pace, poses a unique challenge for recovery. The club is acutely aware that the Brazilian’s endurance will be thoroughly tested, and the risk of recurrence looms large if recovery timelines are not meticulously managed. While initial reports suggest a two-month absence, the club is contemplating a more extended recovery period to mitigate the risk of further injury in the affected area, potentially spelling the end of the season for the talented ‘7’.

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