Real Madrid face Man City on 4th May in the Champions League semi-final second leg, a game in which they require another great night at the Santiago Bernabeu as ‘Los Blancos’ are 4-3 down.
In order to get into the final, Madrid will have to overturn the one goal deficit against Pep Guardiola’s side, who have said they will be firm candidates for the Champions League.
And if that were not enough, it seems like Carlo Ancelotti will have to play this important clash without David Alaba in his team. Carrusel Deportivo’ reports that it is “almost impossible” for the Austrian central defender to be able to play in the game.
According to the cited media outlet, the former Bayern Munich player has trained on his own this Monday due to an injury in his adductor muscle. The experienced defender. The experienced defender has suffered a fibrilar tear in the addcutor muscle, an injury which will basically rule him out of the important European clash.
The 29 year-old player, after suffering a relapse of his muscle injury against City, did recovery work indoors this Sunday. Without Alaba on the pitch, Nacho and Militao would play at centre-back against Man City.
The final decision will be made by Ancelotti, who will wait until the final moment.