Benzema has been suffering from a muscular overload and trained alone on Sunday, both on the grass and in the gym. It’s uncertain whether he’ll be ready for the trip to San Siro.
Benzema has scored six goals from eleven appearances so far this season, and is Madrid’s primary goal threat. Last season, possibly his best in white, he scored 27 goals from 48 games as Madrid won La Liga.
The starting eleven from the clash at the Yellow Submarine trained separately from the rest of the group, who worked on possession, pressuring, shooting and small-sided games.
Benzema is expected to train with the rest of the group tomorrow. Should he fail to make it, it’s unlikely he’ll be fit to play on Wednesday evening in the north of Italy.
Los Blancos currently sit third in Champions League Group B, trailing Borussia Monchengladbach and Shakhtar Donetsk and just ahead of Inter.
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