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Real Madrid new signing ‘extremely happy’ at the Santiago Bernabeu – Romano



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Real Madrid continued their sensational start to the new season, securing a 2-1 win over Getafe on Sunday. 

Jude Bellingham was once again the star of the game, as he scored a late winner, deep in stoppage time. His goal was enough to secure all three points for Real Madrid.

Jude Bellingham ‘super happy’ at Real Madrid

Shortly after the game, Fabrizio Romano has claimed that Bellingham is ‘super happy’ at Real Madrid, following an exceptional start to the season.

It appears the midfielder is convinced that Real Madrid was the best option for the player for both the present and future.

It must be noted that Bellingham turned down the opportunity to join the likes of Liverpool and Manchester City prior to joining Real Madrid.

The former Borussia Dortmund starlet even had offers from PSG, but he ended up opting for a move to Real Madrid.

Delivering the goods

Star boy. (Photo by MIGUEL RIOPA/AFP via Getty Images)

With Real Madrid reeling from the exit of Karim Benzema and the injury of Vinicius Junior, Bellingham has stepped up his game and become one the most productive players in the team.

The Englishman hasn’t had to look back since having netted five goals in the first four league matches this season, while also registering an assist.

The youngster’s level of comfort at Real Madrid, therefore, could be a major boost for the club as they look to keep hold of the player for the long run.

Bellingham has already shown immense promise and could easily become one of the team’s leaders in the years to come.

With Bellingham leading a pack that already consists of Aurelien Tchouameni, Eduardo Camavinga and Federico Valverde, Real Madrid have the potential to build a strong core in midfield.

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  1. M.E Leboko

    September 4, 2023 at 5:38 pm

    Let it not be that Bellingham does all the differences alone,let his skills passed to other players like Valverde to attempt scoring goals.Something i have seen from Bellingham is that he doesn’t pass the ball until he come to the opponent posts,but he try and put the ball into/through the goal posts.Most madrid players start to become scared we seeing posts rather than enjoy sending the ball through.There are lot of players at Real Madrid with potential of scoring goals but it looks there is something wrong with most of them.

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Real Madrid midfielder set for a change in roles heading into the new season




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Federico Valverde, the dynamic midfielder for Real Madrid, is once again on the cusp of adapting to a new role under the guidance of coach Carlo Ancelotti, reports Mario Calderon for Mundo Deportivo

Valverde’s remarkable versatility has been a key asset for Real Madrid, allowing him to excel in various positions on the field. This adaptability has been crucial for the team, and it seems another transformation is on the horizon for the 25-year-old Uruguayan.

The team chances and so does Valverde

His potential shift in role comes amid changes within the team, notably the reassignment of the number ‘8’ shirt to Toni Kroos. 

The German midfielder’s responsibility for constructing the game will likely be shared among several players to ensure a seamless transition.

Here, Valverde’s ability to quickly grasp new concepts will be a significant advantage for both him and Ancelotti. Even during the current period, with many players still absent, Ancelotti is already strategizing on how to best integrate everyone into the team dynamics without compromising performance.

Federico Valverde might play a different role at Real Madrid next season. (Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images)

Marcelo Bielsa must be credited

Valverde’s recent experiences with the Uruguayan national team in the Copa America under coach Marcelo Bielsa have further honed his skills. 

Bielsa entrusted Valverde with the captain’s armband and deployed him in a deeper role, where he was responsible for initiating plays from the back alongside his teammate, PSG’s young pivot, Manuel Ugarte. 

This experience has enriched Valverde’s understanding of the game, adding another layer to his already impressive skill set.

As the new season approaches, Valverde will need to re-establish himself in whatever role Ancelotti deems fit—be it as a winger, a pivot, or even a full-back, a position he has previously played under former coach Zinedine Zidane. 

Regardless of where he is positioned, Valverde’s importance to the team is undeniable. His versatility, coupled with his ability to adapt quickly, makes him a pivotal player for Real Madrid’s upcoming campaign.

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