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Real Madrid home kit for 2023/24 to have ‘Hala Madrid’ engraved on it – report



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Real Madrid are one of the pioneers of global football and always keep the door open for progressive changes concerning transfers, administration and marketing. As a result, one of the constants at the club has been their elegant jersey lineup year after year.

With their elegant simplicity, Real Madrid’s jerseys never disappoint. Furthermore, they have an aura around them that make the wearer feel privileged.

According to reports from Footy Headlines, Real Madrid are ready to take their jerseys to the next level. The 2023-24 home kits are now rumoured to have the club’s slogan engraved on them in what would be an unprecedented inclusion.

The words ‘Hala Madrid’ will be printed on the jersey, though the location has not been revealed. It is rumoured that the slogan will appear inside the collar, but there is a strong possibility it could feature on the back under the collar too.

This is not the first time a club has had its slogan printed on shirts. Both Bayern Munich and FC Barcelona have done the same in previous seasons. However, it is the first time in the history of Real Madrid that such an enhancement will be seen on the kits.

The 2023-24 home jersey will be predominantly white with black and gold stripes. Also, a special light yellow colour stripe will run along the length of the shoulder.

Nothing has been said on the potential appearance of the slogan on the away or third kits, but one can safely presume that all three kits will receive the same treatment.

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Premier League midfielder explains the difference between Vinicius and Rodrygo, praises Endrick



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In Rodrygo Goes and Vinicius Jr., Real Madrid have two attacking superstars who are bound to lead the team to great heights for years to come.

The Brazilian duo have become integral to Carlo Ancelotti’s plans over the past few years and have played key roles in the success that the Merengues have achieved of late.

And, as we enter the final phase of the season, both Rodrygo and Vinicius will be crucial for Real Madrid to win silverware.

What’s the difference between Rodrygo and Vinicius?

Rodrygo and Vinicius will be playing in England tonight as Real Madrid take on Manchester City in the second leg of their UEFA Champions League quarterfinals.

Ahead of the contest, Fulham midfielder Andreas Pereira, who has seen both Rodrygo and Vinicius from close quarters with the Brazil national team, has shed light on how both players are different from each other but equally impactful.

Speaking on the FIVE Podcast, Pereira stated that Rodrygo was more versatile and smooth whereas Vinicius was more of an explosive player.

“I would say Rodrygo can play as a No. 10, right wing, left wing, false nine. He’s just so smooth… you cannot put pressure on him, he turns right, he turns left,” Pereira said.

“I think Vini is so explosive, he can score a goal in 1 second. He can lose a ball & look tired… then boom, it’s a goal. He’s more explosive, fast. So the combination they both have together is just… to play with them, it’s easy you know (laughs).”

The present and future of Real Madrid. (Photo by ANDER GILLENEA/AFP via Getty Images)

On being asked if Arsenal star Bukayo Saka was better than Rodrygo, Pereira laughed off that suggestion and said:

“Saka better than Rodrygo? Rodrygo? From Real Madrid? (laughs). Nah, your opinion is different. I like Saka, I think he’s amazing, but Rodrygo can play in all positions, plays for Real Madrid.”

Pereira praises Endrick

Pereira also had some words of praise for soon-to-be Real Madrid player Endrick. The Brazilian whizkid signed for the Merengues in December 2022 itself and will be arriving this summer once he turns 18.

There are a lot of expectations on the 17-year-old and Pereira has now added to the hype surrounding him, saying:

“Endrick? I don’t know the English word, but in Brazil we have a word: ‘O iluminado’. You know when a lot of people are about to be born and God says ‘this is the one’, he’s like that. He’s a monster.”

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