Ahead of El Clásico Robert Lewandowski undergo further tests.

Barcelona’s Robert Lewandowski will undergo further tests ahead of El Clásico due to an ankle injury.

 

Barcelona striker Robert Lewandowski underwent further tests on his ankle injury on Monday to check his fitness ahead of El Clásico.

 

A player of the Polish national team has left the field after injuring himself during the Champions League match against Porto.

Lewandowski has missed Barcelona’s last two games and remains a major doubt for Saturday’s game against Real Madrid.

 

The tests showed that everything was fine and there were no “complications”.

However, Lewandowski has yet to fully recover from his injury, Polish newspaper Meczyk reported.

He is expected to undergo another test this weekend, which will make it very clear if he will be eligible to play.

 

The current thinking is that Lewandowski is in a race against time, but if he does play on Saturday he will only feature as a substitute and not a starter.

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El Clásico: Barcelona vs. Real Madrid

Barcelona’s first El Clásico of the 2023/24 season against Real Madrid is just 5 days away.

Ahead of the game, Barça coach Javi Hernández is still sweating as a number of key players are currently injured.

Sergi Roberto and Jules Kunde have been suspended outright, as Xavi himself confirmed on Sunday.

This gives Pedri, Frenkie de Jong, Rafinha and Robert Lewandowski hope that joint fourth place will return in time.

Lewandowski is fighting against the clock.

On Monday evening, reports emerged that Lewandowski was in the final stages of recovery alongside Rafinha, raising his hopes of returning to action against Real Madrid.

 

However, a new report from Polish journalist Tomasz Wlodarczyk claims that the experienced forward is facing a race against time to prepare for the first El Clásico of the season.

Lewandowski is working hard to recover from an ankle injury sustained in the UEFA Champions League match against Porto.

 

According to the aforementioned report by Thomas Wlodarczyk, the 35-year-old hit man underwent further tests on Monday, and the results showed his recovery is progressing according to plan.

However, his availability in the group stage match against Real Madrid is still uncertain.

 

For more updates on Barcelona news, please visit sportsearchers.com

 

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