Vinicius Jr and Camavinga latest injury update today and return date news

Vinicius Jr and Camavinga latest injury update today and return date news

Here is all you need to know about Camavinga and Vinicius Jr injury update, return date and more 

After their key players were hurt, Real Madrid was left cursing their good fortune.

Vinicius Jr and Camavinga Real Madrid latest injury update today and return date news


In addition to long-term absentees Thibaut Courtois and Éder Militão, who both sustained ACL tears in August, Madrid is already without goalkeeper Kepa due to a thigh injury and Aurélien Tchouaméni with a broken bone in his left foot.

Prior to the league’s inaugural game, Thibaut Courtois experienced a ruptured tendon. Given the situation, Madrid looked about for a substitute and found Kepa, who had been hurt during the pregame warm-up at the Bernabéu against Braga.


Carlo Ancelotti will have a diminished lineup for the encounter against Cádiz later this month (Nov. 26) due to injuries to nine of the 23 players in the first team. Real Madrid has suffered greatly during the international break. Due to injuries, Eduardo Camavinga and Vinícius will both be out until January.

Eduardo Camavinga’s injury update and return date

It has been determined that Eduardo Camavinga has damaged the lateral collateral ligament in his right knee as a result of tests performed on him by Real Madrid medical services. The club, in their official statement stated:

After the tests carried out today on our player Eduardo Camavinga by the Real Madrid Medical Services, he has been diagnosed with a rupture of the external lateral ligament in his right knee. Evolution pending.”


The Los Blancos should use extreme caution in the Frenchman’s recuperation as this is a really serious injury, and he won’t be back for a time. According to Reporter Arancha Rodriguez, Camavinga would be out for eight to ten weeks and won’t play in 2023.

Vinicius Jr injury update and return date


Real Madrid striker Vinicius Junior tore a muscle in his leg while competing for Brazil in the South American World Cup qualifying, the Spanish team said on Saturday, according to Madrid’s medical examination results. He had to be replaced before the half due to an injury sustained during Brazil’s 2-1 loss to Colombia on Friday.

Subsequently, the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) confirmed that the attacker had returned to Spain for treatment, meaning he will not be playing for the Selecao against Argentina on Wednesday. The golden boy is set for a two-month injury lay off.