The Real Madrid midfielder Marcos Llorente suffers a "grade 2 injury in the left adductor", as revealed by the white square on Tuesday, January 1, in the return to training.
The painting directed by Santiago Hernán Solari completed the first session of 2019 on the first day of the year and did it with bad news for the Argentine. "After the tests made today to our player Marcos Llorente for the medical services of Real Madrid, he has been diagnosed with a grade 2 injury in the left adductor," Madrid said in a statement.
In this way, and "pending evolution", the white box will lose several weeks to a Llorente who enjoyed his best moment in Madrid, with ownership and minutes by the Argentine coach and prominence in the recent Club World Cup.
And it is that Llorente, showing a great state of form that now suffers the braking of an injury, was designated as 'Best Player' of the last World Cup final in Abu Dhabi, in which Madrid exceeded (4-1) Al Ain to achieve the third intercontinental title followed.
On the other hand, Real Madrid completed this Tuesday its first training of the year to prepare the shock postponed by the Club World Cup that will play within 48 against Villarreal.
The coach Santiago Hernán Solari led a session in which they were not together with the rest of the group the aforementioned Llorente, Marco Asensio and Mariano Diaz, who work to complete their recovery processes.
Mariano jumped into the grass of one of the fields of the Ciudad Deportiva de Valdebebas and worked alone, while the rest of his teammates completed a session marked by the exercises of possession and pressure in which the Real Madrid Castilla Javi players were present. Sánchez and Christ.