Real Madrid continues with its competitive preparation for the Champions League final against Liverpool in the calendar that remains to complete its commitments in the League once it won the title with four games to go in the championship. Ancelotti will put into practice a new chapter of the rotation policy that he has designed so that all of his players arrive in Paris in optimal physical condition and ready for the challenge of winning the Fourteenth.
*Data updated as of May 11, 2022
The white coach announced after the derby that this Thursday against Levante those who did not enjoy minutes at the Wanda Metropolitano will play. At the press conference the day before the match, he confirmed that Benzema, Courtois and Vinicius will start. Only the Brazilian played, for the last half hour, against Atlético. Other clear candidates to be part of the game are Mendy, Valverde and Modric. The three were substitutes last day and jumped on the field midway through the second half. The casualties will force Ancelotti to repeat with some troops, such as the cases of Carvajal, Militao, Nacho, Camavinga and Rodrygo.
The Madrid coach enters the match with eight absentees. Carvajal and Asensio did not train with the group this Wednesday. The Balearic presented discomfort in the ankle, while the side simply rested. Alaba, Marcelo, Ceballos, Isco, Bale and Hazard are still injured. Carletto He called up 20 players and included three homegrown players on the list: center back Gila, winger Peter and goalkeeper Toni Fuidias.
Carlo Ancelotti’s possible eleven for Real Madrid-Levante
Ancelotti can start in the penultimate round at the Bernabéu with an eleven made up of: Courtois; Lucas Vazquez, Militao, Nacho, Mendy; Valverde, Camavinga, Modric; Rodrygo, Benzema and Vinicius. On the bench, for the possible five changes, the Italian will have nine players: Lunin, Fuidias, Vallejo, Gila, Casemiro, Kroos, Peter, Jovic and Mariano.