Carlo Ancelotti continues to try new tactics in training and today he had a somewhat different team than usual. Valverde and Kroos have been the main absences in the eleven proposed in Valdebebas.
The whites have completed their last training session before taking on Real Betis at the Santiago Bernabéu. Carlo Ancelotti has assessed possible scenarios this week and this morning he wanted to test one of them.
The practice that he has carried out with the team has had two great absences, such as Fede Valverde and Toni Kroos. Both footballers have not formed the starting team that the Italian coach has appointed in Valdebebas, although this decision is by no means definitive.
Dani Ceballos and Rodrygo have been in charge of replacing them in a much more offensive scheme than usual, betting on a much more marked 4-3-3. The ownership of the Brazilian was something that had been hanging around the coach’s head for several weeks and could become effective this Saturday.
However, the big surprise is found with Dani Ceballos, since he will face the team of his heart. The entry of the Spaniard would corroborate the confidence that the white coach has in him and also, it would give a different vision to the game.
There will be modifications against Real Betis
Carlo Ancelotti has shown that this season he does not have a fixed team and that he will be moving pieces every day until he finds the right ones. In the four official matches played this season, the Italian coach has not repeated a single eleven.
It is striking that Valverde is one of the absences, since the Uruguayan has been one of the few players who has started in all the matches. Ancelotti has several options in mind because Betis will be a more than complex rival.
We will see tomorrow what Carlo’s final decision will be, although everything indicates that there will be something new in his eleven. On the other hand, the Madrid coach will only have Vallejo out of his squad.