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Real Madrid 3 Secret Weapons Against Liverpool In Paris

Real Madrid comes against a resilient Liverpool team in Paris. Today we look at the Spanish giant’s secret weapons.

The last time the two teams met, Real Madrid emerged victorious in Kyiv. Gareth Bale’s goals secured the white angels another champions league trophy.

Carlo Ancelotti has been relying on the brilliance of Vicious Junior, Cavavinga and Rodrigo. These young players, have been the lethal weapons for the Los Blancos this season.

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The Los Blancos have started signing some of the world’s top teenage talents in recent years. Young talents with prospects tend to become great.

Real Madrid is in the champions league final because of these players. Against Manchester City and Chelsea in the semi-final and quarter-final second legs, respectively, the introductions of Rodrygo and Camavinga, in particular, were crucial in helping Madrid triumph in extra-time.

Manchester City would have been in the Champions League final had it not been for the individual brilliance of the young talents.

Florentino Perez’s signing approach over the years has changed. The days of signing superstar players have changed to buying and developing players.

Real Madrid has not spent more than €50 million (£42m/$54m) on a single player since buying James Rodriguez in 2014. The era of galicicos is almost over.

Camavinga arrived from Rennes for €31m (£26m/$33m), Alaba on a free transfer, Rodrygo from Santos for €45m (£38m/$48m), Vinicius from Flamengo for the same amount, Courtois from Chelsea for €35m (£30m/$37.5m), and Toni Kroos for €25m (£21m/$27m).

Rodrygo secured the champions league final for the Los Blancos against Manchester City. His two goals are what drowned the citizens in Santiago Bernabeu. Follow Us for more exclusive sports news updates. we are on all social media platforms.

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