Zapping Our Mondial Eleven of dreams: the selection of Dinor
Last season, Zinédine Zidane did a lot of tinkering to compose his defensive line. Sergio Ramos has suffered countless injuries, Varane has been hit hard by the coronavirus outbreak and Ferland Mendy has experienced multiple physical glitches. As for Carvajal, he spent most of his season in the infirmary. Injured five times throughout the season, he only played fifteen matches in all competitions. Madrid leaders know very well that physically, the former player of Bayer Leverkusen is a reference to his position in Europe. It is therefore unthinkable for them to have to do without him one more season. This is why they aspire to find their player at 100% of his physical capacities. This recovery process should take some time, but the Madrid staff do not want to take any risks. Currently, Carvajal follows a personalized program. His return is hoped for in August, during a friendly match against AC Milan. He works a lot indoors and does a lot of athletic work in a swimming pool. With the departure of Ramos from PSG, the Merengue locker room needs leaders. Carvajal guarantees experience and consistency. A significant aspect for the new coach of Real, Carlo Ancelotti.
Lucas Vázquez, the other option
Last year, Zinédine Zidane was able to count on the very versatile Lucas Vázquez to make up for the absence of Dani Carvajal. The usual right winger was able to seize his chance in a position that is not his. Unfortunately for him, he also suffered a long injury at the end of the season.