Real Madrid are set to lose Raphael Varane to Manchester United, Takefusa Kubo to Real Sociedad, and Brahim Diaz to Milan this summer, with no new players on the way to replace them.
Carlo Ancelotti is well aware that, when the club emerges from its pandemic-induced economic slump, he will have to make do with what he has next season.
Ancelotti lauded Isco and Marcelo in his first media appearance since pre-season training began, promising ‘energetic football’ and lots of ‘intensity with and without the ball’ on Thursday.
They were the words of a man who understands that he must make the most of what he has, and that hyping up players is the first step toward ensuring that everyone feels a part of things when the first competitive ball is kicked.
Source: Daily Mail