Real Madrid are counting the cost of their win at Celta de Vigo with Sergio Reguilón the third player to have an injury confirmed.
Real Madrid have confirmed that defender Sergio Reguilón suffered a hamstring injury in the 4-2 win at Celta de Vigo on Sunday. The club have not provided a timetable of recovery for the 21-year-old, although it has been suggested among the Spanish media that he could be out from between two to three weeks. Madrid will be without the left-back for the league games against Eibar, Valencia and Huesca; the Champions League trip to Roma and the Copa del Rey return leg at home to Melilla.
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The game at Balaídos proved costly for Los Blancos with Nacho Fernández (knee) and Casemiro (ankle) also forced off. Nacho could be out for as much as two months out while Casemiro will be sidelined for a minimum of three weeks.
The loss of another defender is a blow for interim head coach Santiago Solari, with Raphaël Varane, Dani Carvajal and Jesús Vallejo still out of commission. The good news is that Marcelo is now fully recovered and back training with the group. Solari will hope to have Isco back to full fitness after he underwent an operation to treat acute appendicitis in September.
Madrid return to action when they travel to Eibar in LaLiga on 24 November.