Real Madrid have published a medical report on Rodrygo Goes, who suffered a hamstring injury during Real’s last game against Granada and was forced to leave the game.
Following tests carried out on our player Rodrygo by the Real Madrid Medical Services, he has been diagnosed with a muscular injury affecting the tendon in his right biceps femoris hamstring muscle.
This is not a regular hamstring injury, as Real Madrid report that the tendon of the muscle has been affected. Rodrygo will be out around three months with this injury and his rehab process could take even a bit longer as it’s a tricky injury.
Rodrygo will now be out of the field for the next few months and could be back in April, which means that he will miss many important games.
It’s extremely important for him to make sure that he recovers properly from this injury so that he can return to the field knowing that he’s 100% ready to play in order to avoid a relapse.