Real Madrid midfielder Jude Bellingham suffers a high-grade sprain to his left ankle, the white club confirmed this Sunday, meaning he will miss Tuesday's Champions League match against Leipzig and will be out for about three weeks. .

“Following the tests carried out today by Real Madrid's medical services, our player Jude Bellingham has been diagnosed with a high-grade sprain in his left ankle,” the Madrid club reported.

Although the club limited itself to ensuring that “evolution is pending”, the English footballer will be out for about three weeks, meaning he will miss the first leg of the Champions League round of 16 against Leipzig on Tuesday. the Red Bull Arena.

According to these forecasts, in addition to the 'Champions' duel, Bellingham will miss the LaLiga EA Sports matches against Rayo in Vallecas, against Sevilla at the Santiago Bernabéu and against Valencia in Mestalla, but he could return in time for the clash back against the Germans at home.

Bellingham, scorer of two of the four goals with which Real Madrid beat Girona at the Bernabéu this Saturday (4-0), was replaced in the 57th minute by Brahim Díaz after suffering two ankle sprains during the match.