News When, where to see and schedule of Real Madrid-Valladolid

When, where to see and schedule of Real Madrid-Valladolid

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Real Madrid defends leadership this Saturday against Valladolid in the first game at Santiago Bernabéu this season. In Valdebebas the Frenchman Ferland Mendy, one of the reinforcements of Real Madrid 2019/20, is recovering by leaps and bounds and every day he approaches the condition of being fully available to Zinedine Zidane.

The left-handed Frenchman, who on the US tour suffered an injury to the anterior rectus of the right thigh, continues to evolve like the Belgian Eden Hazard, the Brazilian Rodrygo, Brahim Diaz and Marco Asensio, who on Tuesday was seen by First time since it was operated, walking with crutches.

Mariano Díaz, whose future is still unclear, was once again exercised inside the facilities.

The Madrid team are working on the movement of the ball and pressure, weapons that seem fundamental for the Saturday's league match against Valladolid at the Santiago Bernabéu (19.00 / Movistar LaLiga), meeting in which Dani Carvajal will enter, absent in the clash of Balaidos for a penalty that he dragged since last season.

Zidane also trained tactical issues before the end of the preparatory session with intense parties in a small field.

The triumph by 1-3 against Celta made Real Madrid the first leader of the course and returned the smile to a team that had curdled a discreet preseason in which it caused many doubts. Before the pucelano team he will try to confirm these positive feelings.

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