Discussing all recent Real Madrid news as we draw closer to the resumption of club football.
Resumption of Training
Training sessions resumed on December 1. A plethora of youth players will accompany the senior players who didn’t participate in the World Cup until the tournament is over.
Antonio Pintus has designed another “mini pre-season” to get the group back in the right physical and mental condition to recommence the season.
Karim Benzema and David Alaba recently joined the group for the sessions which is great news for all Madridistas.
The sooner players get eliminated from the World Cup, the sooner they join the training. So the likes of Fede and Rudiger should be back very soon while Modric, Tchouameni, and Camavinga’s return is currently uncertain.
Endrick’s transfer has been verbally agreed
According to Fabrizio Romano, Endrick’s transfer to Real Madrid has been verbally agreed upon. Additionally, the official documents will be signed in the coming days. The Brazilian youngster is definitely one for the future and he is a part of Real Madrid’s project for the future.
Real Madrid interested in Enzo Fernandez
Fabrizio Romano has also confirmed that Real Madrid are interested in Benfica’s Enzo Fernandez. The 21-year-old is having a phenomenal World Cup so far and has caught the attention of some of Europe’s elite clubs.
Carlo to Brazil?
Brazil’s federation have turned its attention to Carlo Ancelotti as the man to replace Tite. They’ve already made contact with the Italian but he has made it clear that he has no intention of leaving Real Madrid.
This is one to keep an eye on as Ancelotti admires the idea of managing the Seleção.
Possible Croatia vs France Final
Croatia faces current favorites Argentina while France faces this tournament’s dark horses Morocco in the semi-finals. This means that Modric can possibly face his teammates, Tchouameni and Camavinga in the World Cup Final 2022.
That will be a superb game and the prospect of Real Madrid players facing each other on the World’s biggest stage is enthralling.