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Posté le: Mar 3 Juil - 06:15 (2018) Sujet du message: It's a hard life on the Real Madrid fringes
Julen Lopetegui's first pre-season as Real Madrid coach will begin in the coming weeks however there are a number of players who have a hard life at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu and who may wish to depart the club.Playing time is all a footballer really wants when you strip away the money and individual accolades, maxbet and as Real Madrid have gotten stronger in recent years it's been even more difficult to break into the starting line-up in a regular basis.Under Zinedine Zidane there were positions where it was essentially a closed shop, and these decisions which alienated players are being felt full force by the former Porto coach, even though they aren't of his making.Gareth Bale, Marco Asensio and Mateo Kovacic are all eager to play more football, especially with Bale and Kovacic confident they would be starters at any other club team in Europe.There isn't a great desire to leave Los Blancos within any of the trio, but they will look to do so if they aren't given assurances of more playing time.Patience only lasts so long, especially for the Croatian who witnessed Toni Kroos and Luka Modric struggle in LaLiga matches throughout the 2017/18 season.Bale made clear that he needed to play in the immediate aftermath of the Champions League final in Kiev, and his sale would potentially bring the European champions over 100 million euros in a transfer fee.Asensio is the future of Real Madrid, maxbet but he's in the unique situation of having the talent to really make an impact now but not quite yet having the profile to displace Cristiano Ronaldo.Kovacic is determined to leave the club this summer because neither the club nor Lopetegui will give him assurances over his playing time as a regular starter.It's not just a case of playing, there is a desire amongst the trio to be involved in the big Champions League matches, however the starting line-up has been rather predictable in the past.In the summer of 2017 it was James Rodriguez, Alvaro Morata and Danilo who wanted to leave in search of more football and all three were granted their wish.Florentino Perez isn't inclined to losing any of the aforementioned players this summer, but the club may not stand in their way if good offers come in. maxbet __________________________________________ sbobet8888 sbobet8888 sbobet8888 sbobet8888