Cristiano Ronaldo's Euro 2016 final knee injury is going to disrupt the start of Real Madrid's season
Weeks after limping out of Portugal's Euro 2016 final win over France, the full extent of Cristiano Ronaldo's knee injury has been learned.
Marca is reporting that the star forward won't be fit enough to start the season with Real Madrid - but fans of Los Blancos won't have to wait too long to see Ronaldo back in action.
The Spanish paper says that CR7 will miss Madrid's European Super Cup clash with Sevilla on August 9 and he has also reportedly been ruled out of the first two games of the La Liga season.
We will apparently see Ronaldo back in action when Madrid take on Osasuna on September 11.
The Portuguese star scored three goals at Euro 2016 before a tackle from Dimitri Payet caused the striker to leave the pitch during the tournament final.