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Real Madrid: A team for the future

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It doesn't have to be argued that the Galacticos are one of the top teams in Europe with one of the best overall squads that feature some familiar names like Cristiano Ronaldo, Iker Casillas, Xabi Alonso and Sergio Ramos.

What makes Real great, though, is the fact that they have so much young talent in the background that can even challenge the great players I mentioned above to make Real's great starting XI. In this article, I will be naming these young players and will be telling you why Real Madrid not only have a great present squad but how they have a great future ahead too.

The pure quality of this year's Real Madrid squad is hard to be matched by any other European side and furthermore they may even be the team that will end Bayern Munich's reign in Europe this year.

Of course up front you have the Ballon d'Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo who I don't have to really talk about as all that needs to be said about the Portuguese winger's quality has been said already.

But Real have a player that has really stood out this year in particular and that man is the young Jese Rodriguez. This Spanish 20-year-old has already made 15 appearances for the club in which he scored four and assisted four.

For a 20-year-old to be a crucial part of Real Madrid's starting eleven in a fiercely contested front three is a very impressive achievement indeed. 

With the purchase of young Gareth Bale from Spurs last summer, it is clear Real are looking not only at creating a great present squad but one that will dominate for years to come.

The former Tottenham star has made quite the impact since arriving at the Bernabeu, scoring nine goals and assisting eight and linking up with Ronaldo well to improve his overall performance too. He will no doubt be a player that Real Madrid will use for years and will arguably be the one that takes over Ronaldo as the number one player at the club when Ronaldo leaves.

Another great future talent for Madrid is young midfield player Isco. Isco moved from Malaga last year to the Spanish capital and was one of the most talked about young talents.

He certainly lived up to his reputation at Malaga during his time at the club and has put in a number of great performances during his time at Madrid but more importantly for a player of his age, he is showing a lot of potential which is just what the club want to see.

Of course if I were to talk about all of the young talents that are showing great potential at the club I would be writing this for days. But I will mention other names that should be watched over the next few years.

First of all, there's Alvaro Morata - another young attacker Madrid also have the great young player that is Raphael Varane. At only 20, this French defender has shown great potential during his time at the club and will certainly be a crucial part of Madrid's defence in the future. 

So as you can see Madrid are going to make an impact in Europe for many years to come and may even start their reign this year as they are certainly one of the favourites to win the Champions League come May. 

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