- Toni Kroos has been ruled out of Real Madrid squad for about three weeks
- The German star suffered thigh injury in Real's win over Granada this weekend
- Kroos is also likely to miss trip to Camp Nou for the first leg of this season's El Clasico
Real Madrid have confirmed that German midfielder Toni Kroos will be out of action after suffering thigh muscle injury.
The 29-year-old featured for just 34 minutes in the game and was replaced by Croatian star Luka Modric, who ended up scoring one of the goals.
Meanwhile, it is unsure if the former Bayern Munich play-maker will be fit for this month's El Clasico first leg clash at Camp Nou.
According to the information on Real's official website, Kroos will commence recovery process immediately, but refused to state when exactly he will return.
"After tests carried out today on the player Toni Kroos by the Real Madrid medical services, he has been diagnosed with an injury to the adductor in his left foot.
The statement added that: "His recovery will continue to be assessed." but a possible return date was not given.
Kroos could be out for about three weeks which means that it is most likely he sits out to watch the most important La Liga match of the season on 26 October.
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Meanwhile, he will not be available for selection Germany whenn they battle Argentina and Estonia on October 9 and 13.
In addition, he will be sidelined for Madrid's fixtures against Real Mallorca (LaLiga, 19 October) and Galatasaray (Champions League, 22 October).
Legit.ng earlier reported that Eden Hazard scores first Real Madrid goal in their 4-2 win over Granada in Saturday's La Liga clash.
The Belgian who joined Los Blancos from Chelsea this summer also assisted Luka Modric's stunning goal in the game.
He will now hope to continue from where he stopped this weekend as the season progresses at the Spanish club.
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