Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane is fuming with the injuries they've suffered this season.
The latest setback was announced this morning, with Ferland Mendy's season now over after being diagnosed with 'tibial periostitis'.
Okdiario's chief pundit Eduardo Inda, while speaking on El Chiringuito, revealed: "There is a small mess inside the dressing room and Zidane is slightly angry with the medical services.
"They said that (Sergio) Ramos had an overload after the match against Chelsea and Zidane protests that this overload is considered an injury."
Inda was referring to a disagreement between Zidane and medical chief Niko Mihic, with the coach arguing that Ramos' "overload" did not mean he was injured, while Mihic reasoned "overload" does mean Ramos was injured and so shouldn't be considered for selection until he is fully recovered.