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Official: Real Madrid squad list to face CA Osasuna



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Real Madrid will take on CA Osasuna in Matchweek 29 of La Liga tomorrow away at El Sadar, hoping to strengthen their grip at the top of the table.

Ahead of the trip to Pamplona, Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti has announced the squad list of players who will be at his disposal for the match.

There are no surprises on the list with Ancelotti not calling up any new faces from the youth or reserve ranks.

Following the 4-0 win against Celta Vigo last week, Arda Guler, who was on target in that game, could be hopeful of receiving more minutes against Jagoba Arrasate’s men.

As far as the absentees are concerned, star man Jude Bellingham misses out as he will be serving the second of his two-match suspension.

Meanwhile, Eder Militao and Thibaut Courtois have returned to training but are still not ready to make a comeback. David Alaba also misses out through injury.

Dani Ceballos also misses out due to a muscle overload.

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Real Madrid star unlikely to travel to London with the rest of the squad



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Real Madrid will be on their way to England this Thursday as they gear up to take on Borussia Dortmund in the UEFA Champions League final on Saturday.

The players and the staff will be on a flight to London tomorrow to prepare for the clash at Wembley.

However, according to a report from journalist Arancha Rodriguez, Real Madrid goalkeeper Andriy Lunin might not travel with the rest of the team tomorrow.

The 25-year-old Ukrainian goalkeeper has not trained for three days in a row after coming down with the flu.

Lunin has overcome the flu, but he still has the virus and there is still a chance he could be contagious.

Lunin will not travel with the rest of the team. (Photo by Rafal Oleksiewicz/Getty Images)

As such, Real Madrid, aware of the importance of Saturday’s match against Borussia Dortmund, are considering leaving the Ukrainian behind to avoid any possible contagion ahead of the Champions League final.

The goalkeeper will likely not travel with the rest of the expedition to London on Thursday and will fly alone on Saturday to avoid the risk of infection.

On Thursday, Lunin will undergo another check-up and, depending on the viral load, he could even travel on Friday. But it seems impossible for him to travel with his teammates.

It has already been suggested that Lunin would be making way for Thibaut Courtois in the starting lineup against Borussia Dortmund on Saturday. The likelihood of that has increased following the events of this week.

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