If Antoine Griezmann joins Real Madrid from Barcelona, the team will be even more remarkable.
Real Madrid, Barcelona’s arch rivals, have been connected with Antoine Griezmann as a result of the Catalan club’s off-field issues.
Antoine Griezmann has stunned Barcelona by declaring that he has always wanted to play for Real Madrid’s El Clasico opponents. And, with Barca’s financial woes worsening by the day, it may not be as far-fetched as you might imagine. According to DefensaCentral, Griezmann is eager to join Real, therefore Express Sport looks at the star-studded lineup that the 13-time European winners may deploy if they sign the talismanic Frenchman.
Really, it’s a no-brainer.
Courtois has been Real’s goalkeeper for three years, missing only fifteen league games throughout that time.
And, with no genuine competition for his name (Andriy Lunin is their second option), it appears that Courtois will continue to be the man in the middle.
Fans are worried about the next season after the exits of Raphael Varane and Sergio Ramos from any team in the world.
However, with Eder Militao impressing under Ramos last season and seasoned superstar David Alaba joining on a free transfer from Bayern Munich, Los Blancos fans can afford to be a little more relaxed about the players manning the heart of their defense.
This is a new-look defense capable of winning major tournaments, with seasoned guy Dani Carvajal playing the right-back spot for the last decade – save last season when Militao, Alvaro Odriozola, and Lucas Vazquez played the role – and Ferland Mendy filling the left-back berth.
For the past six seasons, this has been the Real Madrid midfield, and with Toni Kroos and Casemiro at their peak and Luka Modric aging like a fine wine, there appears to be little reason to alter.
If needed, the capital side can call in Federico Valverde, Isco, Dani Ceballos, and Martin Odegaard, demonstrating the squad’s depth.
However, with the aforementioned three appearing unstoppable, it appears they will begin a seventh season together as they embark on another adventure in search of trophies.
This is without a doubt the most difficult aspect of selecting the starting lineup.
Real would have players all over the field if Griezmann were to sign, with the exception of Eden Hazard, Alaba, and Mendy. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”