Jude Bellingham has suffered a shoulder injury.
“Bellingham underwent tests today and was diagnosed with a dislocated shoulder and instability of the anterior aspect of the shoulder,” Real Madrid announced on its website on Wednesday. Bellingham will not play against Valencia,” the club announced. Bellingham’s name has since been removed from the published roster.
Shoulder dislocations are a common occurrence in athletes, especially when they are anterior dislocations, as in Bellingham’s case. It’s not an injury that takes a long time to recover from, but the problem is that it has a fairly high chance of recurrence. Shoulder dislocations can easily become a habitual injury. Even if you take care of it thoroughly, it’s a position that can be easily re-injured due to external factors.
Bellingham’s injury is a big problem for Real. Since joining the club last summer, Bellingham has quickly become an integral part of the Real side, playing in both league and cup competitions. He has 10 goals and two assists in 11 games in Spanish La Liga alone, and has also been outstanding in the UEFA Champions League (UCL), where he helped Real advance to the round of 16 early.
Bellingham’s performance was made all the more remarkable by the fact that Real’s offense was struggling. Real had planned to build their season around Bellingham, and rightly so. However, this injury will keep him out of the lineup until he recovers, and Real will have to manage him for future injuries, as the likelihood of a recurrence is high. 토토사이트
It’s also an abrupt departure for the England national team, as European nations play their UEFA Euro 2024 qualifiers during the upcoming A-Match week. England is no exception. Fortunately, they’re up against underdogs Malta and North Macedonia, but Bellingham’s injury could have long-term implications for the national team. This is especially true as England look to win Euro 2024.
Real have not commented on the timing of Bellingham’s return or the extent of the injury. A dislocated shoulder can require surgery if it is severe, and if it does, it is known to take between six and 12 weeks to recover.