Real Madrid prepare for Champions League expulsion, Luka Modric wants to emulate Cristiano Ronaldo

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Real Madrid can do without Champions League revenue

In the midst of a legal battle with UEFA after having been at the head of the creation of a Super League, the club interpreted by Florentino Pérez awaits the verdict which should arrive at the end of 2022 or the beginning of 2023. But in the event of expulsion, Real Madrid have their backs assured. Obviously, an exclusion would represent a huge shortfall for the club. Well Mundo Deportivo underlines that in Madrid, the management is rather serene. The Madrid giant has 780 million euros between cash and credit policies. In addition, the management is working with the aim of doubling the value of the club before 2025, in particular with the arrival of the new stadium.

Luka Modric, the eternal

37 years old and not a ride. Well almost. The years go by, but Luka Modric still seems so tireless. Metronome of Real Madrid, the Croatian still dictates the Madrid game alongside Toni Kroos and now the young Frenchman Aurélien Tchouaméni. The newspaper AS gives a nickname to this trio, the “KTM”. Luka Modric is still hungry for competition and could well imitate Cristiano Ronaldo. As the report AS in its interior pages, a doctor from the national team explained that Modric’s objective was to continue until Euro 2024. It is recalled that he is under contract with Real Madrid until 2023.

The Blues expected at the turn

The French team returned to competition this evening, two months before the World Cup. And like the closet The Parisian on this Thursday morning, it’s “the last rehearsal before the World Cup”. Just under two months from the start of the biggest international competition, the Blues of Didier Deschamps are more talked about because of the many controversies than recent performances on the ground. For the newspaper The Team, “you must not go any lower”. This last gathering will be used to prepare for the World Cup and to save the furniture in the League of Nations. It is recalled that the French team is the last of its group with two draws and two defeats. Another defeat tonight against David Alaba’s teammates would mean relegation to League B.

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