Real: Ferland Mendy injured and uncertain for Champions League semi-final against Manchester City

According to Madrid press, Ferland Mendy is again suffering from a left hamstring and will not be available for the next two weeks. The left side is therefore very uncertain for Real Madrid’s Champions League semi-final first leg against Manchester City.

Ferland Mendy is experiencing a relaxation. Holder The French side is again suffering from its left joint, despite a loss at the Santiago Bernabeu (3-2) against Chelsea, during Real Madrid’s qualification for the Champions League semi-finals this Tuesday.

Ferland Mendy’s unavailability is estimated at two weeks, as reported by Us on Thursday. So the former OL player was confiscated for the setback of La Liga’s 32nd day at FC Sevilla’s ground this Sunday. His appearance is uncertain for the first leg of the Champions League semi-final against Manchester City on 26 April.

Marcelo absent for a week

Carlo Ancelotti must find a solution, especially since Marcelo, on the other left, is also affected in the adder. Brazil replaced Mendy at the end of the match (77th) on Tuesday. He will be away for a week. Nacho appears as the preferred option for troubleshooting in the left lane.

This isn’t the first time this season that Ferland Mendy has suffered a groin injury. He had already experienced the same injury at the end of January and during the last international break in March. Since the start of the season, the French international has appeared in 29 games (in all competitions) and remains the holder on the left.

Real Madrid are 12 points ahead of FC Barcelona, ​​the leaders of La Liga. The Madrid club has a decent margin to think about in their European meeting against Manchester City. In Pep Guardiola’s side, uncertainty also remains over Kevin de Bruyne and Kyle Walker, who were injured during their meeting against Atlético de Madrid this Wednesday.

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