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Fantasy AnalysisCourtois is on loan with Atletico Madrid, and could face his parent club in the Champions League on Tuesday after UEFA ruled that a clause in the agreement requiring Madrid to pay a fee to Chelsea should they field him against his home club is invalid.
Fantasy AnalysisIf Neymar is able to make it back in the four-week timetable, his first game back will be the La Liga finale against Atletico Madrid.
Fantasy AnalysisRonaldo suffered the injury against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League earlier in April and has missed Madrid's last three matches. He will have an opportunity to prove his fitness ahead of this weekend's match against Valencia, although there's no guarantee he'll play.
Fantasy AnalysisRonaldo has not been ruled out for Wednesday's Copa del Rey final against Barcelona, but manager Carlo Ancelotti seemed pretty firm in the plan of playing Ronaldo only if he was fully fit.
Fantasy AnalysisA clause in the loan agreement is believed to require Madrid to pay up to €3 million per game for the influential goalkeeper to face Chelsea. Additionally, Madrid appear interested in extending the loan agreement for the player into next season.
Fantasy AnalysisRonaldo was able to walk off the pitch on his own, which is an encouraging sign, although it certainly doesn't guarantee he'll play in next week's second leg. The club will likely have their superstar undergo a scan this week to determine the severity of the injury.
Fantasy AnalysisThe goalkeeper has been on loan from Chelsea for the past two and a half years, and had a great performance in Tuesday's 1-1 draw against Barcelona in the Champions League.
Fantasy AnalysisPique suffered the injury just 10 minutes into the match and his absence is a huge blow to Barcelona, who will need to win or draw with at least two goals to advance to the Champions League semifinals.
Fantasy AnalysisCosta was reportedly considered an injury doubt heading into the match, although the club never specific what that injury was. Regardless, he was in the starting XI for the first leg at Camp Nou, although he is now a major doubt for the second leg next week.
Fantasy AnalysisThe 32-year-old keeper has already announced that he will not return to Barcelona next season, as his contract expires with the club this summer. It is unclear where his next stop is, but any team that picks him up will likely only have him for a fraction of next season.