In today’s list we review five footballers from the merengue squad who have a difficult time having continuity with Carlo Ancelotti this season.
The protagonists are the following:
The midfielder will miss the first month of competition due to his injury at the start of the Olympic Games. Among the established that are Carlos Casemiro, Toni Kroos and Luka Modric in the starting eleven, along with the possible appearance of Federico Valverde and Francisco “Isco” Alarcón, it seems difficult that he has options once he recovers, since he will have to resume the rhythm competitive.
The marches of Sergio Ramos and Raphaël Varane draw a pair of centrals with David Alaba and Éder Militao, with Nacho Fernández and the hand as secondary options. Despite the lack of personnel, the discreet performance and the little security it transmits seem variable enough to see it for a few minutes.
The shadow of Thibaut Courtois is really elongated for the vast majority of goalkeepers in the world. The Ukrainian has not been successful in the different assignments, so it seems difficult for him to come out and even more so that we see him beyond the King’s Cup stakes or if his partner is injured.
The Spanish-Dominican center forward knows that he has Karim Benzema in front of him as the undisputed starter, but he also has a Luka Jovic still somewhat sought after ahead of him in the rotation.
The Norwegian midfielder seems to have a difficult time not only having minutes, but also continuing at Real Madrid. The doubts surrounding his figure and the different information about his desire to reach Arsenal in the form of a transfer do not help to believe that he may have a hole.