The match against Cádiz will be the last chance for the players in the Real Madrid squad who have fewer minutes. The roadmap that Carlo Ancelotti designed to arrive with all his players fresh and in optimal conditions for the Champions League final contemplates that the visit to Nuevo Mirandilla will be the last meeting to distribute minutes between the players with less prominence. footballers like Courtois, Benzema or Vinicius do not even travel to La Tacita de Plata and Luka Modric does not travel either, who must serve a sanction after seeing the fifth yellow card in the match against Levante last Thursday.
They are also low Alaba, Marcelo, Isco, Bale and Jovic. The Austrian defender continues to recover from his right adductor strain, while the Brazilian suffers from soleus problems. Isco trained alone on the pitch and the Serbian was not called up either. Vallejo, although he completed the last confrontation in the gym, does travel to Cádiz.
“Next week they will all return,” Ancelotti assured at the pre-match press conference. The Madrid coach takes only 16 players from the first team, so He called four homegrown players: goalkeepers Toni Fuidias and Diego Piñeiro, central defender Mario Gila and striker Juanmi Latasa.
Possible eleven of Ancelotti for Cádiz-Real Madrid
The possible eleven with which Real Madrid can jump from the start to Nuevo Mirandilla is made up of: Monday; Carvajal, Militao, Nacho, Mendy; Camavinga or Valverde, Casemiro, Kroos; Asensio, Mariano and Rodrigo.
Ancelotti called up 20 players to travel on the Madrid expedition, so he will have nine substitutes on the bench: Fuidias, Diego Piñeiro, Vallejo, Gila, Valverde or Camavinga, Ceballos, Lucas Vázquez, Hazard and Latasa.
Camavinga, Mendy and Kroos are warned and, if anyone sees a yellow card, they will miss the game on the last day against Betis at the Bernabéu.