Real Madrid’s injury crisis appears to be letting up ahead of a return to action in La Liga. At one point, the international break looked to add to their growing injury list but with Matchday 4 drawing closer, they are set to welcome back key players.
The two biggest names who should be in contention Saturday’s clash with Levante are James Rodriguez and Eden Hazard. Neither of these two attackers reported for international duty due to their respective issues.
The Colombian picked up a muscle injury during the 1-1 draw with Valladolid back in late August while the Belgian, Los Blancos’ marquee signing, is yet to make his official debut due to a thigh issue.
However, as reported by Marca, both men completed Tuesday's training session with the rest of the group and should thus be available for the weekend game. This will be a huge boost for Zidane as his side have picked up only one win from their first three games.
Elsewhere, Zizou has also received good news in terms of Luka Jovic’s fitness. Serbia revealed that the newly-signed forward aggravated a previous injury but according to El Chiringuito (as per AS), the former Frankfurt ace has been cleared to play in his national team’s upcoming clash with Luxembourg.