Real Madrid receive a fitness boost ahead of Mallorca game from key duo

Real Madrid’s upcoming La Liga return match against Mallorca on January 3 comes with some promising injury updates for the home team. Coach Carlo Ancelotti is optimistic about easing the injury issues as the Copa del Rey and Spanish Supercopa campaigns commence in January. The good news for Ancelotti is that both Vinicius Junior and Dani Carvajal are back in full training, raising hopes for their availability for the upcoming match against Mallorca. The latest reports suggest that both players completed a full training session and could potentially feature in the upcoming game.

Positive Signs for Vinicius Junior

Following a successful return to training at Valdebebas, Brazilian star Vinicius Junior has hinted at his readiness to start against Mallorca, should Ancelotti decide to call upon him. The forward’s positive attitude and his participation in full training sessions indicate that he may be back ahead of schedule after a six-week layoff. With Ancelotti’s cautious approach to avoid any injury relapse, the team will be closely monitoring Vinicius Junior’s readiness to play.

Dani Carvajal’s Return Boosts Defensive Options

In addition to Vinicius Junior, the return of Dani Carvajal to full training provides a much-needed boost to Real Madrid’s defensive options. The full-back’s availability for the upcoming match against Mallorca is a positive sign for Ancelotti, as he looks to strengthen the team in both defensive and attacking areas. Carvajal’s return to training is a welcome development for Real Madrid, as they prepare for the challenges ahead in La Liga, Copa del Rey, and the Spanish Supercopa campaigns. With both Vinicius Junior and Dani Carvajal back in the mix, Ancelotti will have more flexibility in selecting his squad and tactics for the upcoming fixtures.

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