Revealing Walker’s position on participating with Manchester City against Real Madrid

Kyle Walker, the Manchester City player, will be able to play against Real Madrid in the Champions League quarter-finals despite being injured with the England national team during the recent international break.

Walker left Wembley Stadium a few minutes after the start of the friendly match between England and Brazil, which ended in victory for the “Samba Country” with a goal scored by Endrick.

According to Sky Sports, the right-back’s injury occurred in the hamstring, but it is not serious and he does not need a long time to recover and return to the field.

Walker is currently racing against time to play for Arsenal’s match next Sunday in the Premier League, which means that this injury will in no way affect his participation against Real Madrid.

City will meet Real Madrid on April 9 at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in the first leg of the Champions League quarter-finals, with the return match taking place at the Etihad Stadium a week later.

Walker’s presence represents the utmost importance for coach Pep Guardiola’s squad, as he is entrusted with stopping Real Madrid’s most dangerous centre, left winger Vinicius Junior.

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