Eduardo Camavinga missed Real Madrid's training session due to a knee injury, but tests showed that it was not serious. Despite concerns that he would miss the second leg of the Champions League semi-finals against Manchester City, Camavinga will be fit to travel to Manchester. The players who were in the starting lineup for the Getafe match engaged in gym work before moving on to running exercises on the pitch. The remaining players also participated in indoor activities before joining in possession and finishing drills. Today, Real Madrid held their final training session in the Spanish capital before embarking on their journey to Manchester. The team focused on fine-tuning their preparations for the crucial upcoming match against Manchester City. The training session was filled with intensity as the players sharpened their skills, worked on tactical aspects, and solidified their game plan. There was a sense of determination and focus among the squad as they geared up for the challenging encounter at the Etihad Stadium. With their departure imminent, the players and coaching staff were filled with anticipation and a strong desire to make history, aiming to secure a positive result in a venue where Real Madrid has yet to taste victory. The training session served as a crucial stepping stone in their quest to overcome the challenge that lies ahead and make their mark in the upcoming clash.