Real Sociedad openly announced a couple of days earlier that Martin Ødegaard had patellar tendinopathy, which may have been what Imanol Alguacil alluded to when he said: “Ødegaard has been battling with the injury since October and has also dealt in uneasiness.”
Today a doctor from the Real Sociedad Javier Barrera talked about the accident of Ødegaard in greater profundity:
“He has tendinopathy to the patellar in his correct knee. This is a genuine condition and may not give an appropriate fix at 100 percent. We checked what we had at our disposal: physical rehabilitation, customized wellness plans, preparation, and game loads controlled. We have gone to Barcelona to attempt another type of diagnosis with a professional and are attempting to escape the operating area, something that we are not thinking about at this point. We anticipate that he should be ready to play in the near term when taking control of the training loads by utilizing physical rehabilitation, taking into consideration his needs and the coach’s needs.”
The announcement that Ødegaard has gone from an interminable condition over the span of a season is awful news and the eyes of the Madridista bunch are already on the medical staff of Real Sociedad to perceive how they adapt to a really essential issue.