Brazilian footballers are different. They are all of a unique mould. They play the game with a combination of flair and intensity, which makes them so unique. Naturally, this effect is felt by clubs that have Brazilians playing for them as well. Oscar, Neymar, Hulk, Dani Alves – the common theme here is how impactful these Brazilians are to their clubs. It is to no surprise that in Real Madrid’s case too, this holds true. Marcelo is a game changer. I’d go so far as to say he is one of the top two or three most important players in our squad.
With Gareth Bale’s move now complete, we take a look at the possibility of any other British players that could potentially be a great addition to the Real squad within the near future. Some may be unlikely, or matter of personal opinion, however we would love to hear your thoughts on which British players you would love to see at Madrid.
Wayne Rooney has shown his desire to leave for Manchester United, the club he joined 10 years ago at the age of 18 for a huge fee of £25.6 million. Seen as possibly the best England player at the moment, he ofcourse would be a great addition to the squad. Having already previously linked up with Cristiano Ronaldo at United, and playing incredibly well together, it would make sense, especially as both players have improved vastly since the days of their partnership. He would also bring in a lot of revenue in terms of shirt sales too, topping the Premier League shirt sales list in the past 20 years, however this would mean many United fans would then have to cash in on that old unwanted shirt.
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Hey Gang, just a quick post for tomorrow’s game. Madrid play travel to Ciudad de Valencia to take on Levante in a game that Ancelotti claims will require a lot of intensity if Madrid are to take home all three points. Madrid are looking to continue their midweek form through the weekend and keep pressure on the top. Hala Madrid! (more…)