Cristiano Ronaldo turned down the reports in Spain claiming that he is disappointed with his life at Real Madrid. As July is about to commence and players start to enroll in the training session from their holidays, the new Real Madrid boss, Rafa Benitez, has a number of team problems to deal with. Nevertheless, there is finer balancing enterprise which needs to be done than the merely the ideal of two men for a single position, plus a pair of back-ups.
Las summer, Los Blancos’ entire playing echelons were present and correct on the squad’s training turf on July 14th. Rafa Benitez has only a little time to play his cards if the boss is to stamp his mark on the team he inherited from the former Italian manager, Carlo Anceloti. Other than the clear question of who will go and remain at the team, there is an underlying issue that the new boss wants to deal with as soon as possible. As stuffs stand, Real Madrid have ten Spanish players by the terms of UEFA concessions. That leaves Real Madrid with more of trouble than the eternal pursue of Galactico signing. The list of men who may find their chances elsewhere this summer is so extensive and greatly of the home-grown players: Sergio Ramos, Iker Casillas, Alvaro Alberoa, Nacho, Jese, and Asier Illaramendi.
If David De Gea comes, Keylor Navas could find himself out of EUFA Champion league formation so as to make the numbers. The Costa Rica keeper is rather unpleased with Copa del Rey position given his recent statements regarding fulfilling more permanent position in the squad.
Rafa Benitez will surely have to hit the ground striving when Real Madrid players and the staff come back in July. Man City are the most salient example of how short-sighted transfer regulation can return with teeth where you least desire it. Terribly desperate are the man City to sign players who fit the bills this summer that they are having been held to ransom. The bids for Sterling, Liverpool forward, and Jack WIlshere have been refused out of hand, yet City will return, bot buoyed with an expectation to promote their home-grown players, yet by the exigency to stock their squad for the Champions league.
The problem that Rafa Benitez faces at Madrid is the age-old transfer tradition: there are some players that need to go and others who would not look at all out of place in the shirt, yet till holidays, Copa America the U-21 are done, no one will be the first to peel away and wander over the ground.