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Illarramendi He has returned to training today with the group, four months after suffering a new slowdown in the process of injuries that has him in the dry dock for almost two years. The captain of the Real, who underwent surgery again in July with the aim of definitively solving his problems in the adductor longus of his right leg, has covered another four months of rehabilitation with the aim of making it final and allowing him to return to playing fields at the same level as when he was injured for the first time in Valencia in February 2019.

The origin of the problems Illarramendi It took place in Mestalla, where he suffered a grade 3 injury at the proximal insertion of the adductor longus muscle of the right hip. He reappeared three months later against Real Madrid but in August, after completing the preseason, in the San Mamés derby he fortuitously suffered a fracture of the left fibula. The operation also detected a lesion of the deltoid ligament and syndesmosis in the ankle, which worsens the prognosis.

After another ten months of hard work in the shadows to recover, the break for the Covid-19 allows him to work with the group again and even enters the call for the first game, post-lockdown, against Osasuna in Anoeta but on Monday, June 15, he injured himself again, in this case with a grade 2 injury to the adductor longus muscle of the left hip. This new complication leads him to go under the knife again, in London last July, and now, four months later, he tries again. Illarra He has completed his first training with the group today. Only time will tell if your recovery is complete and final.

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