is going for experienced players rather than youth players.
In other news, another star is being linked with Real Madrid. That is Neymar. He has been linked to Real Madrid for a long time now. Now a director at Real Madrid has said that Neymar would improve any squad and though Real Madrid’s squad is great (almost complete) right now with two world class young strikers, that does not mean that Neymar’s signing would be an unnecessary one.
Neymar has impressed pretty much everyone with his good performances for club and country. The good news is that Real Madrid are in pole position to sign him. Bad news is that Real Madrid do not need another striker right now which has becomequiteobviousoverthe past few days.
In fact, the Real Madrid director did not even rule out the arrival of Sergio Aguero. Another star player we do not need right now. I tell you what, if Real Madrid sign half the players its been linked to this summer, Real Madrid would become an All Star team instead of a club team.
Talking about stars, Iker Casillas has said that there is no possibility of Jose Mourinho stripping him off his rank as captain on the field for Real Madrid. He joked about it in fact.
Sergio Ramos and Xabi Alonso have been the names people are shouting for the captaincy of Real Madrid but Casillas says that he can just laugh about this matter. He sounded pretty confident, lets see what develops.
Moving from star players to star football clubs. The first league match between Real Madrid vs Barcelona in the season 2011-2012 will be postponed. There is just no question about it as Barcelona have to compete in Club World Cup and the El Clasico is having a clash with that. So I think there would be no problems in shifting that match to sometime else.
It is likely that the game which was to be held on December 11, will be instead held on December 10. Real Madrid and Barcelona are yet again to play each other at least 4 times next season as Real Madrid will play against Barcelona in two legs of Super Copa.
So Spanish League is going to take off in style with two of the biggest clubs starting the season against each other.