A possible Real Madrid starting XI in ten years

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Vinícius Júnior, Real Madrid
Vinícius Júnior, Real Madrid (Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images) /

LW – Vincius Jr

There were never going to be any doubts about this man’s presence in the future lineup, right? Why would someone have any doubts, after looking at Vinicius this season? With 15 goals and 9 assists, he has been Real Madrid’s second-best player this season, after Karim Benzema. And after comparing his performances with his performances in his last two seasons, you could also call him the most improved player in Europe.

And never doubt this guy’s Madridismo. He is a passionate Madrisista, both on and off the field. While he is a superb fighter on the pitch, he is also among the lowest earners at the club and has never pressured the club for a pay rise. He is making the left-wing position his own, and nothing can stop him from doing so. There might be a fear in some people that he might become a one-season wonder. But this is a fighter we’re talking about, a player who never gives up and shows a lot of dedication towards his fitness and game.

He has mentioned that he wants to play at Real Madrid for a long time, and I do trust his words. Vini might be the biggest Madridista in the current crop of players, and he has what it takes to become a legend for us.

Alexander Isak (Photo by Quality Sport Images/Getty Images)
Alexander Isak (Photo by Quality Sport Images/Getty Images) /

ST – Alexander Isak

We have been currently linked to Erling Haaland, and there have been reports that we might go all out for the Norwegian this summer. But in all honesty, I don’t think Haaland might come to Real Madrid this summer due to various reasons. I do see Haaland succeeding at Real Madrid if he moves to the Spanish capital, but I don’t see Haaland as a player who can have a long career at one club.

If there’s a striker I want to see at Real Madrid apart from Haaland, it’s Real Sociedad’s Alexander Isak. He’s an excellent striker, with great on-the-ball abilities, apart from his goalscoring instincts. This season he hasn’t been that effective, but there are a lot of reasons why one can believe in Isak. There were some reports that linked Isak to Real Madrid during the Euros, but no reliable source reported that.

The tall and quick Swedish international has been currently linked to Arsenal, and who knows he might actually move to North London. But I think he will definitely play for Real Madrid at one stage of his career and might arrive at Los Blancos while entering his prime.

PSG, Kylian Mbappe
PSG, Kylian Mbappe (Photo by Matthias Hangst/Getty Images) /

RW – Kylian Mbappe

Wasn’t it obvious?

Kylian Mbappe has been Real Madrid’s target for a long time, and every Madridista knows how much we’ve waited for Mbappe, and how many ups and downs we’ve experienced in the pursuit of Mbappe. But there’s not a lot to worry about anymore, and our dream of seeing Mbappe join Real Madrid might become a reality this summer.

He’s a generational talent and a player around whom you can build your complete team. I doubt if he is a kind of a player who might retire at Real Madrid, but I think he might stay until 2032. Maybe at this time in 2032, Mbappe might be in his last season as a Real Madrid player and might want to go for a new challenge after that season after winning everything here, like his idol, Cristiano Ronaldo. And it would be interesting to see how many Ballon D’or’s he might win in the next ten years.

So this is my prediction of Real Madrid’s starting XI after ten years. How is it? Do you think this team can win a Champions League title?

There are some more points that would be worth mentioning here.

I believe Rodrygo might be a squad player for some years, but there might come a time in the future when he would want to become a starter elsewhere and fulfill his potential. I think we might end up selling Reinier in a few years, and the club might have themselves to blame for that, because of their poor handling of Reinier. I don’t know if we’ll sign Endrick, but if we do sign him, it would be interesting to see a potentially generational talent like him at Real Madrid. And I think Kubo might have to be sold in the future.

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I hope to see Brahim Diaz, Antonio Blanco, and Sergio Arribas succeed at Real Madrid, and also hope to see any one of Israel Salazar, Jose Antonio Reyes Lopez, and Bryan Bugarin making it to the first team. Sala is the star of Juvenil-A, while Jose Antonio Reyes Lopez, the son of late Jose Antonio Reyes, is the star of our U-14 team. Bryan Bugarin is the MVP of last year’s LaLiga promises competition and was subsequently signed from Celta’s academy by our club. They all are highly talented players, and it would be very nice to see them succeed at Real Madrid.

I also expect to see Real Madrid focus on regaining their dominance in the Spanish National Team by them. It is important to focus on our best Spanish talents and groom them properly.