Zidane continues to fine-tune his squad face to the demanding schedule that Real Madrid will have when the competition resumes next week. The Whites will be among the last to play (Sunday, June 14, at 7:30 p.m. at Di Stéfano against Eibar). Despite this, the countdown has begun and the Frenchman has few sessions left to outline what will be his first eleven in this new normal.
The good news is that Nacho, for the second consecutive training session, worked normally with the rest of his colleagues, after completely overcoming the physical discomfort that made him exercise on the sidelines during the end of last week and the beginning of the current one.
Thus, Jovic is the only absence that Zidane has to prepare for that first league game. Therefore, his first eleven will be a puzzle for the coach. With the passage of the games he will return to the extreme rotations that gave him such a good result the year of the double, but the alignment that he took out the first day against Eibar will be very significant on the idea he has to face the last stretch of the season.
In training this Thursday, as usual in recent days, the team began with physical work designed by Dupont. Then they completed control and pass exercises and finished the job with a little game. The team is scheduled to train again this Friday behind closed doors in Valdebebas at 10:00.