Real Madrid's Aurelien Tchouameni has denied that Gavi was the cause of the injury he suffered in the Barcelona match and will keep him off the pitch for a relatively long time.
In recent hours, some footage has spread showing more than one intervention by Gavi on Tchouameni's foot, and accordingly some assumed that the 19-year-old was the one who caused the injury to the Real Madrid player, especially since the footage was in moments without the ball.
But Tchouameni ended the controversy altogether with a tweet on his X account that read: "This is not Gavi's fault, I was injured in the first half."
It is noteworthy that the French international participated mainly in the victory of the Royal Club over Barca 2-1, but after the meeting announced a fracture in the metatarsal of the left foot will be absent for a period ranging from a month to a half for two months.
It should also be noted that Gavi is famous for his somewhat violent interventions, so that a dispute broke out between him and Bellingham inside the Clásico after he pushed the England international more than once, to which he replied, "Stop it, child."