Real Madrid striker Cristiano Ronaldo will have two stay out of action for another two weeks due to the injury to his right ankle. The diagnosis on the striker’s ankle has been confirmed by Dutch surgeon Van Dyjk.
Madrid’s star footballer is scheduled to have a few more tests with Van Dyjk on 19 November at the AMG clinic in Amsterdam. Van Dyjk had operated on Ronaldo while he was playing at Manchester United in 2008.
Although the team doctors here have denied the need for any sort of operation, Ronaldo is still doubtful to play against Barcelona on 28 November and against Zurich in the Champions league match on 24 November.