Tchouameni Injury

Real Madrid midfielder to miss Champions League final against Dortmund, In huge blow for Spanish side

Real Madrid midfielder Aurelien Tchouameni is apparently out of the UEFA Champions League final against Borussia Dortmund. The French international has been sidelined with a foot injury sustained during the 2-1 semi-final second-leg victory over Bayern Munich.

Los Blancos have already won the Spanish Super Cup and the La Liga league title, capping off a fantastic 2023–24 season.

They still have an opportunity to win more trophies on June 1 when they play German team Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League final.

The record-holders will head to Wembley with expectations of winning their second Champions League trophy since Carlo Ancelotti rejoined the team in 2021.

One of Real Madrid’s most important midfield players could have to leave the team if they are to capture another European championship.

Marca claims that Tchouameni is falling short in his quest to heal from a foot ailment in time for the Champions League match the following month.

Since suffering (Aurelien Tchouameni Injury) the injury during the 2-1 semi-final second-leg triumph over Bayern Munich earlier this month, the France international has not played.

Aurelien Tchouameni Injury could lead him to miss the pivotal match against Dortmund, despite his early confidence in his ability to demonstrate his fitness before the final.

The 24-year-old is now concentrating on getting ready to represent France at Euro 2024 because the final is expected to arrive far too soon.

Who Can Fill In for Tchouameni in the Champions League Final?

Tchouameni, who started five of the six knockout games, has been an integral part of Real Madrid’s journey to the championship. Since the Frenchman is not expected to play, Eduardo Camavinga, a fellow countryman, might be assigned to guard the back line.

When Tchouameni was suspended and unable to play in the second leg of the quarterfinal match against Manchester City, the 21-year-old filled in as the defensive midfielder.

Jude Bellingham will work in an advanced role, and Camavinga is expected to be in the engine room with Federico Valverde and Toni Kroos.

Following lengthy injury absences, defender Eder Militao and goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois are vying for starting positions.

On Saturday, Real Madrid will play Real Betis to end their La Liga season before focusing entirely on the Champions League final.

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