Cristiano Ronaldo has named the three players Real Madrid are missing in the wake of being sold during the last transfer window.
The reigning Spanish and European champions lost their second successive game following the Champions League thrashing to Spurs, the previous evening.
Real Madrid were shocked by the Premier League side who ran out 3-1 champs. With Dele Alli featuring at Wembley Stadium. The England midfielder scored twice either side of the break, with Christian Eriksen securing a shocking triumph.
Ronaldo bagged a late reassurance, with the Portuguese star nuance weeping over the clubs summer transfer window decisions.
A pack of players who were conveyed on loan came back to the team. After spells far from the Bernabeu, any semblance of Marcus Llorente and Borja Mayoral come back to the crease with first-team chances under their belts.
In spite of the fact that the club shelled out some money on left-back Theo Hernandez and midfielder Dani Ceballos.
In any case, as indicated by Ronaldo, the players drafted in the mid-year are for the future. With the club missing the administrations of Pepe, James Rodriguez, and Alvaro Morata.
“All the players who left this summer made us stronger,” he told reporters after the game via AS.”
Ronaldo includes: “It’s no excuse, but players like Pepe, James, Morata, made us stronger. The boys are the future, but they are young, and it shows the experience.”
With Pepe’s contract expired at the end of last season, he has decided to leave for Besiktas on a free transfer.
Rodriguez finished a loan deal to Bayern Munich. While Morata finalized a move to the Premier League with Chelsea snapping him up for a £60 million.
It’s normal Real Madrid will dig deep into their pockets in the coming windows. President Florentino Perez wants to draft in a couple of Galacticos with Spurs’ Alli and Kane on his radar.