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Real Madrid: 2013/14 Potential XI

Real Madrid will make a few changes this summer (©GettyImages)
Real Madrid will make a few changes this summer (©GettyImages).

Jose Mourinho's departure could result in a mass exodus at Real Madrid.

Iker Casillas will be staying on, that's for sure. Daniel Carvajal has returned to Real Madrid from Bayer Leverkusen, mainly to replace Alvaro Arbeloa, who arguably isn't Real Madrid material.

Cristiano Ronaldo could leave Madrid this summer but that is also unlikely as the club's president Florentino Perez refuses to sell him. 

Sami Khedira could re-join Mourinho at Chelsea, and if Carlo Ancelotti comes to Madrid he may get Marco Verratti to move from PSG. The young Italian is one of the best young midfielders around and he could adapt to La Liga like Raphael Varane did.

Tottenham's Gareth Bale is another prospect to join the club, as Angel Di Maria could also join Mourinho in his Chelsea project. 

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez, a hate figure in England, could make a sensational move to Real Madrid due to his unhappiness in the Premier League. The Uruguay striker could spearhead Real Madrid's attack next term and may rotate with Karim Benzema in that role, depending on form. 

Real Madrid's Potential 2013/14 XI:

Goalkeeper: Iker Casillas
Right-back: Daniel Carvajal
Centre-back: Sergio Ramos
Centre-back: Raphael Varane
Left-back: Marcelo
Centre-midfielder: Xabi Alonso
Centre-midfielder: Marco Veratti
Right-wing: Cristiano Ronaldo
Attacking-midfielder: Mesut Ozil
Left-wing: Gareth Bale
Centre-forward: Luis Suarez

Do you think this Real Madrid side is strong enough to challenge for major honours next term? 

 

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