Hazard to shine again and 4 other big things expected from Real Madrid next season

30 Aug 2020

Days separate us from the start of the new LaLiga season. It’s time to set our expectations and look optimistically to the future.

Winning absolutely everything

Why not?

While Barcelona are dealing with some non-football stuff like balancing the books and the Bartomeu-Messi relationship, Real Madrid may well take the opportunity of dominating at least the domestic competitions.

As for the Champions League run, well, the challenge is going to be tough anyway, but bearing in mind that we have one of the deepest squads in Europe, everything is possible.

Finding proper successor for Ramos

Basically, this means giving more chances to Eder Militao who had some truly great performances in his debut campaign with the Whites.

Apart from the Copa del Rey fixtures, the Brazilian could be given more game time in La Liga as well given that our captain is a human being and sometimes needs some rest.

Rejuvenating the midfield

Fans want Martin Odegaard to become the next Luka Modric for Real Madrid – and this season should be high time for starting the transformation. The Norwegian could well start alongside Casemiro and Toni Kroos and once again set La Liga on fire next term.

Bringing Hazard back to Chelsea levels

The Belgian’s debut season was a nightmare accompanied by the recurring minor and major injuries that left him sidelined for long. Everything indicates that the next season will be the turning point for Hazard – at least he’s very optimistic about finally succeeding at the Bernabeu.

Jovic to revive career

Luka Jovic has never been the same since he left Eintracht Frankfurt in 2019, but it’s obvious that the Serbian hasn’t been given enough game time to impress. With Karim Benzema turning 33 and Mariano likely to leave, the 22-year-old can give it a new try next season.

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