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Real Madrid fan group, Real Madrid Fans are looking forward to this new season as much as the rest of the world.
Here’s what you need to know.
article Real, who are playing at home against Atlético Madrid in the Champions League, are already the best team in La Liga.
And they are on course to finish top of the league for the first time in four years.
It’s not all sunshine and roses, however.
Real have been criticised for a lack of ambition, but the club has made significant changes in the last couple of seasons.
They are now the best-funded team in Europe, having raised more than €40m from sponsors and private investors in just the past two seasons.
The club has been boosted by the arrival of two players who have been crucial to its success, Angel Di Maria and Gareth Bale.
Now they are joined by former Madrid players.
We’re here to talk about Real Madrid, and the big issues facing the team in 2018/19.
Ronaldo has his future in doubt and there’s nothing to do but hope and pray that he remains at the club.
The 26-year-old is still in the final year of his contract at the Santiago Bernabeu, and will have to accept the fact that he may have to leave this summer.
But the club have no plans to sell him, nor do they intend to sell Bale.
His departure would be a massive blow for the team, and there is no sign that Madrid would be willing to take any big risks to make a move.
In fact, there is a lot of talk that the club could sell Di Maria this summer, as his contract expires at the end of the season.
Bale has been the star of the show for Real Madrid in recent seasons, scoring 31 goals in all competitions.
Real are already one of the richest clubs in the world, and they will have no choice but to keep Bale if they want to remain in the title race.
Bale is not only the club’s most expensive player, he is also their most talented.
If Real go all-in on Di Maria, they will not only miss out on a star player, but they will also miss out in the best player-manager combination in history.
The fact that Real have already signed Gareth Bale, who has been at the Bernabeue for more than a decade, will not make them more reluctant to sell Di María.
Di Maria’s transfer fee is not cheap.
Real Madrid have a massive debt of around €100m.
But Di Maria is not going to pay that, and is set to cost Real Madrid a staggering €200m to sell this summer (€150m for Bale).
That is a massive figure for any club in the game.
The Spanish media have been quick to note that Real Madrid are set to spend €200 million on Bale.
However, that figure is based on an estimate that is based entirely on the amount of money they will receive from Bale.
Real need to figure out a way to pay the money that Bale is going to cost them, which is not possible.
It is also worth noting that Real also have no intention of selling Di Maria.
He will be a Real Madrid legend and they would be foolish not to keep him.
Real would need to sell the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Angel Di Maria.
This is a bit of a double-edged sword.
Real could sell Bale, but Ronaldo and Di Marias are not going anywhere.
Real also could sell Ronaldo, but there is also the possibility that the player could leave.
The most likely scenario is that Ronaldo is sold and that Bale leaves, and that Real moves Di Marios to replace him.
Ronaldo’s departure could also affect Bale’s future at the team.
The player has been a huge part of Real Madrid’s success in recent years, but he is set for a big change in his career.
In a few years, Bale may be a bigger star at the Spanish giants than Di Maris, and Ronaldo’s contract expires in 2021.
That would leave Real with little room for the 27-year old.
If Ronaldo does leave, it would be hard to imagine a replacement.
Real will be looking to add more attacking talent this summer as they prepare to make changes to their squad.
The likes of Romário, Adrés, Icardi, Alves and Mário will all be key additions for the new season.
And it is possible that the likes-for-you list could include a player like Juanfran or a player who will bring new challenges for Real.
There is also a possibility that Di Mari could move to a more conventional position of right-back.
The arrival of Gareth Bale would be the biggest signing in the club since the arrival in the summer of 2007 of Ronaldo and Gareth Anderson.
Bale’s arrival is not a sign that Real are ready to move away from their traditional attacking shape.
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Real Madrid fan group, Real Madrid Fans are looking forward to this new season as much as the rest of…