The Subtle Changes That Made Real Madrid Champions Again

A Lack of Transfers

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Carlo Ancelotti adapts his strategy according to his players, and he did so once again this season. Understanding that Camavinga at left-back was not a viable long-term solution, he brought the Frenchman back to his natural midfield position. 
— Real Madrid C.F. (@realmadriden) May 25, 2024
Sometimes, big changes aren’t necessary – small adjustments can make a lasting impact. So, how did Carlo Ancelotti tweak his team to bring them back to winning ways?

The Arrival of Jude Bellingham

On paper, Real Madrid’s transfer activities look underwhelming. Many critics believed the team needed drastic changes. After being eliminated in the quarterfinals last season against Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City with a crushing 4-0 defeat, fans wanted to see a more proactive Real Madrid. 

Clubs in La Liga never found a way to deal with the offensive quartet of Real Madrid, usually composed of Vinicius, Bellingham, Joselu, and Rodrygo. While Vinicius and Rodrygo have been on the team for years, Bellingham represents the change between the 22/23 and 23/24 seasons

His unparalleled accuracy in passing means he can effortlessly activate the wings or the forwards – a persistent theme in Madrid’s play throughout the season. And the truth is – nobody has quite figured out how to stop Kroos from having the ball, the only solution seems to be stopping the German maestro before he can pull the trigger.
Two other players joined without making a major impact, Fran García and Kepa. However, another loan signing created his own legacy. Joselu unexpectedly became one of the stars despite not being the flashiest. When paired with Bellingham, the two formed a formidable duo and became a true problem for backlines in Spain and across the globe. 

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