Real Madrid began preparing for the final game of the LaLiga Santander season on Wednesday morning, yet Sergio Ramos was absent from the training session.
The Spanish defender suffered a muscular injury on 3 April, and it looks unlikely that he’ll be able to return in time for the clash with Real Betis.
He was present at Valdebebas on Wednesday however, continuing his individual regime in the gym, although there was some good new for Zinedine Zidane.
Keylor Navas and Sergio Reguilon returned from absences to train in full on Wednesday, and if it’s deemed as appropriate then the Costa Rican goalkeeper will be given the chance to say goodbye to Los Blancos supporters, in what will be his final game for the club.
Whilst Ramos‘ availability is as yet unconfirmed, there will be three definitive absences on Sunday, with Alvaro Odriozola out for the remainder of the campaign through injury, whilst Casemiro and Jesus Vallejo are both suspended.
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