The El Clasico is always a match which has football fans from all over the globe glued to their screens, it's always an entertaining game from start to finish, great goals, brilliant skills, mad challenges and hearts on sleeves.
You can't focus on Real Madrid and Barcelona without talking about the two world's best players, Ronaldo and Messi, both of which are the talisman for their clubs.
Ronaldo and Messi have gone head-to-head in every aspect of the game, fighting for the world player of the year, fighting for the top goalscorer award in La Liga and helping their clubs fight for the bragging rights in the El Classico.
Last year's El Classico games saw the addition of Neymar an Bale, two players who's ability only added to the already fiery matches, both of which cost the respective clubs a lot of money.
These players added another reason for fans to jump out of their seats, if they didn't have enough reasons already and saw Real Madrid and Barcelona use the transfer market to wage their war. Who would sign the best player?
This transfer market battle seems to be continuing going into the World Cup with Barcelona signing highly rated Croatian midfielder Ivan Rakitic, in reaction Real Madrid have been hunted down Bayern Munich's and Germany's midfield genius Toni Kroos.
As the transfer window has opened this only appears to be the starter before the main course.
After his double against England Luis Suarez has become a target for both the clubs, with Real Madrid supposedly being put off by the bite incident against Italy, this hasn't deterred Barcelona; who appear to be looking to match his buy-out clause believed to be in the £70-80 million mark.
As the story has progressed it looks ever more likely that Barcelona will sign their man and Real Madrid appear to have lined up their own marquee signing.
Madrid have began to attempt to prize James Rodriguez and Radamel Falcao from Monaco, the former being one of, if not the biggest star at this years World Cup.
If Barcelona can complete the Suarez deal and Real Madrid can secure Kroos, Rodriguez and Falcao the El Classico next year will be something incredible.
Imagine the two teams line-ups being announced: Real Madrid starting with Kroos, Modric and Rodriguez pulling the strings for a forward three of Bale, Ronaldo and Falcao and for Barcelona; Iniesta, Xavi and Rakitic in behind the attacking trio of Messi, Neymar and Suarez.
For any football enthusiasts these teams look like they would only happen on a TV advert or in a dream but for Barcelona and Real Madrid fans, it will be reality, the rest of us can only hope the game will deliver a spectacle worthy of the talent on show.
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