Courtois is set to make an injury comeback for Real Madrid in April

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Courtois's comeback

Thibaut Courtois, the goalkeeper for Real Madrid, may make a comeback from his ACL injury by the end of April. 

In August of last year, during training, the Belgium international tore his ACL in his left knee. Surgery was required.

By spending a few minutes working with the rest of his colleagues during Wednesday’s training session, Courtois, 31, advanced in his recuperation.

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According to club sources, they are “thrilled” with Courtois’s development and noted that the goalie has always had a “very positive” outlook.

Madrid does not anticipate having Courtois available until the end of April, despite the fact that he is moving closer to the anticipated return.

In December, Courtois declared that he would not be able to represent Belgium in the upcoming European Championships, which get underway on June 14.

The goalkeeper’s comeback will be welcome news for Carlo Ancelotti, the coach of Real Madrid. Since Courtois’ injury, Ancelotti has been unsure of who will replace him, frequently switching between Kepa Arrizabalaga and Andriy Lunin.

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