Real Madrid defender Danilo faces several weeks on the sidelines after he returned from international duty with a foot injury.
The Spanish giants who have yet to issue the recovery period for the Brazilian, confirmed that the summer signing from FC Porto suffered a tear in the fascia plantar of his right foot whilst he was with the national team.
Similar injuries could take anything from 3-4 weeks for a player to regain full-match fitness, but that could vary among players.
Danilo arrived at the Bernebeu before the start of the season after signing a six-year deal quoted by the Portuguese stock exchange to worth €31.5m (£23m) in April.
The 24-year-old silver medalist at the 2012 London Olympic Games has become a regular with A Selecao since Dunga took charge following their dismal campaign at the 2014 Fifa World Cup hosted on home soil.
Brazil defeated the USMNT 1-4 in an international friendly on Tuesday.
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