Real Madrid lost their left back, Camavinga, against Getafe for what looked like a knee injury in the second half with four days to go on the trip at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester City.
Ice was placed on the French player’s legs after he appeared to have twisted them in a dull and impressive Real Madrid win over Getafe in La Liga.
Camavinga was instrumental in Real Madrid’s draw at the Santiago Bernabeu. He ran through the midfield to create a chance for Vinicius Jr., who scored the first goal of the match.
The Frenchman pulled off a 100% performance, with Manchester City attackers finding it difficult to dribble past the player.
If he is ruled out for the second leg of the Champions League encounter with Manchester City, David Alana will move to left back, with Eder Militao moving to partner Antonio Rudiger.
Against Getafe, the manager started only a few first-team players: Thibaut Courtois, Camavinga, Fede Valverde, and Militao.
It is certain that the Italian manager won’t want to disrupt the formation used in the first leg of the match.