The Cameroonian midfielder Yan Eteki joined the training of the grenade after having been out for almost two months due to a muscle injury.
Yan Eteki suffered a fibrillar tear in the game played by Granada on September 20 against Barcelona at the Camp Nou, and has since remained in the process of recovery.
The presence of the African milieu exercising at the same pace as their teammates was the great novelty in the training completed this Tuesday by Granada in their sports city, which was open to the media in the first minutes.
Frenchman Maxime Gonalons was also with the group, who already partially joined the sessions on Monday after spending more than a month off due to another muscle injury.
The intention of the medical and technical staff of Granada is that both players can be discharged in the next few days and be available for the November 20 commitment against Real Madrid at the Nuevo Los Cármenes Stadium.
The Granada coach, Robert Moreno, did not have the injured Luis Milla, Isma Ruiz and the Portuguese Domingos Duarte in this Tuesday’s session, while the Peruvian Luis Abram and the Venezuelan Darwin have been concentrating since Monday with their respective national teams. Machís.
The coach recruited up to eight players from the subsidiary, Recreativo Granada, for training as he also stayed working in the gym, although in principle none had an injury, Ángel Montoro, Rubén Rochina, Sergio Escudero and the Colombian Carlos Bacca.