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Real Madrid’s star striker Karim Benzema has tested positive for COVID-19, the Spanish club have confirmed. Benzema returned to Madrid training on Thursday after taking some time off following his participation in France’s Euro 2020 campaign, but after testing positive he will now need to isolate.
Real Madrid have confirmed Karim Benzema will not travel to face Rangers’ Connor Goldson, Leon Balogun or Filip Helander on Sunday. Los Blancos are due in Glasgow for a glamour clash to mark the Ibrox side’s 150th anniversary season in a match which has caught the imagination of the Rangers support.
The French superstar netted a double for Lyon when he faced the Light Blues in the Champions League in 2007 but won't be making a return. Rangers fans will miss out on seeing superstar Karim Benzema in action at Ibrox after the Real Madrid striker tested positive for Covid ahead of their friendly.
Real Madrid star Karim Benzema tests positive for Covid-19 after returning for pre-season training on Thursday following his summer break
Karim Benzema returned to training on Thursday after his summer break The 33-year-old has tested positive for Covid-19 and will now have to isolate Benzema will therefore miss Real Madrid's friendly with Rangers on Sunday Real Madrid have confirmed that star striker Karim Benzema has tested positive for Covid-19.
Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema has tested positive for coronavirus, the Spanish club have confirmed. The France international - who was recalled to his national side after a near six-year absence for Euro 2020 this summer - will sit out pre-season training for now having entered isolation. In a short statement on their official website issued on Friday morning, Madrid said: "Real Madrid C.F.
The France international, who was on Euro 2020 duty with his country earlier in the summer, is being prevented from forming part of the Blancos squad Real Madrid have revealed that star striker Karim Benzema has tested positive for Covid-19. The Liga giants, who are now working under the guidance of Carlo Ancelotti, are in the process of piecing together their plans for 2021-22.
By Christopher Jack Senior Rangers Writer REAL MADRID have confirmed that striker Karim Benzema has tested positive for Covid-19. The La Liga giants travel to Glasgow this weekend to face Rangers in a pre-season friendly. The glamous clash will be the final warm-up fixture for Steven Gerrard's side ahead of their Premiership opener against Livingston.
Cristiano Ronaldo's Juventus future has been up in the air over the past few weeks. Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema formed a sensational partnership at Real Madrid for years, as the Frenchman’s selfless link-up play gelled perfectly with Ronaldo’s killer instinct in front of goal.
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Los Blancos arrive in Scotland this weekend to take on Rangers in a glamour friendly but they could have some top young players involved too. When Real Madrid visit Ibrox on Sunday it'll fulfil plenty of Rangers fan's dream of seeing Los Blancos play against their side.
France's Karim Benzema was positive in tests carried out by Real Madrid ahead of his return to training. After his post-Euro holidays, the striker was expected to join Carlo Ancelotti's squad on Friday. The Spanish side did not give many more details and this was their brief statement: "Real Madrid C.F.
Rangers host Real Madrid in a pre-season friendly that may not be quite a once in a lifetime chance to see the Spanish giants in Glasgow – but certainly one in several generations. Only 12,500 will bear witness to the game owing to coronavirus social distancing requirements on Sunday – a far cry from the 80,000 who watched the only other time El Blancos visited Ibrox in September 1963.
GARETH BALE is ready to park plans to move to the MLS and see out his contract at Real Madrid, according to reports. The 32-year-old Welshman spent last season on loan at Tottenham after a turbulent relationship with the Spanish giants led to his temporary departure. And speculation over his long-term future was set to continue this summer, especially given his contract with Real Madrid expires at the end of the 2021-22 season.
Carlo Ancelotti's side will take on the Premiership champions at Ibrox on Sunday. Real Madrid could leave many of their big hitters behind for their trip to face Rangers. A number of Carlo Ancelotti's squad will make a late return from holiday after participation in Euro 2020.
The Manchester United midfielder scored a wonder goal for France in their Euro 2020 last-16 defeat to Switzerland. Paul Pogba has been nominated for Uefa's Goal of the Season award for his stunning strike for France at Euro 2020. The Manchester United midfielder won't recall too kindly France's shocking last-16 exit to Switzerland via penalty shootout following their dramatic 3-3 draw.
Although the signing of Kylian Mbappe continues to be their main target this summer, it feels more unlikely that Real Madrid will be able to get his signing over the line against PSG's refusal to let their star man go. The absence of the French star at Madrid will at least mean that one certain area in the squad isn't made even bigger.
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The likes of Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema all look set to be included by manager Carlo Ancelotti. Real Madrid have announced they'll have a full squad available from next week - meaning the likes of Luka Modric and Gareth Bale and could be strutting their stuff at Ibrox.
REAL MADRID have confirmed that six of their Euro 2020 superstars, including Luka Modric, Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema will be available to face Rangers at Ibrox after revealing they will return to training ahead of the glamour friendly. Steven Gerrard's side will face the La Liga giants on a week on Sunday in what is sure to be a huge occasion as the Bernabeu Stadium side make a rare visit to Scotland.