Wednesday, 20 February 2013

Real Madrid: 5 Players in Line to Be the Next Galactico

Neymar, the Brazilian forward who has been dubbed "the new Pele" has a lot of hype to live up to.  Known for his amazing dribbling ability, Neymar is more an individual than a team player. Comparing him to the top two in the world is a bit premature, but he's more in the style of Cristiano Ronaldo rather than Lionel Messi.

Leading the next generation of pint-sized Spanish midfield geniuses is Francisco Roman Alarcon Suarez, or "Isco" as he is known in most parts of Spain. His work ethic and vision in the midfield make him a valuable asset, and his burst of pace, albeit not so great over a long distance, allows him to create space in the playmaker role.
David De Gea has shown many points of promise during his time with the Red Devils. Even despite his occasional gaffe, De Gea is going to be a top goalkeeper, there's no questioning that and with Iker Casillas' future at Real Madrid far from certain, De Gea could be tempted with a return to Madrid if the pressure gets the better of him at Old Trafford.

Real Madrid will always be wondering what could have been when it comes to Sergio Aguero.  56 Premier League games have seen Aguero assembly an impressive return of 32 goals.  Only the Real Madrid hierarchies know how close Aguero was to joining Los Merengues prior to his sale to Manchester City. 
It could be time for Edinson Cavani to leave Napoli as his record for Napoli has unsurprisingly seen their stock rise incredibly.  He has not even reached 100 games yet for Walter Mazzari's side, and he's already scored 67 goals.

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