The LaLiga Santander champion presented this Monday the new shirt for the 2022/23 season, which is a tribute to the club’s 120-year history. Real Madrid showed off their new kit a few days before the Champions League final against Liverpool in Paris.
In a press release, the Madrid team details that the kit, made by Adidas, “It is a classic design with modern touches, in which the traditional white color is joined by purple in the details of the neck and the three stripes” of the sports brand on the shoulders.
He also explains that the new kit is “a tribute to the club legend” what “it is present inside the buttoned collar with a logo that celebrates 120 years” from Real Madrid.
Made with recycled materials, the new shirt, specifies the quote note, “It is responsible with the environment.”
Shortly after the Champions League final
The advance of the last day of LaLiga for Real Madrid, already champion, thanks to the fact that Betis will no longer play for a place in the next edition of the Champions League, will allow Carlo Ancelotti’s team eight days to prepare for the final May 28 against Liverpool.
The Italian coach wants to carry out a test with the team that will play the final in Paris against Betis. In the event that Alaba’s sensations are not good in his return to group dynamics, it will be Nacho Fernández who will take his place in the center of the rear. While the Uruguayan Fede Valverde has taken a step forward to complete the eleven and resolve the only doubt that Ancelotti will have until the last minute, in his ‘pulse’ with a Rodrygo who is at his best at the end of the course.
Tuesday will bring to an end the short vacation that Ancelotti granted to three of the key players in the success of the Madrid season, Thibaut Courtois, Vinícius and Karim Benzema, who were absent on the trip to Cádiz.
Luka Modric will also return after suspension and it is even expected that Gareth Bale or Isco Alarcón will join the group during the week. After Eden Hazard’s return to the pitch, there won’t be any members left in the infirmary for the ‘Champions’ final that Real Madrid will face with their entire squad at their disposal.
While Real Madrid increases rest days and has followed a plan drawn up by Ancelotti so that its players arrive in the best possible condition for the big event, with fresh legs, their rival, Liverpool, has played a final that has left ‘Mo’ Salah and Virgin van Dijk were ‘touched’ and Firminho is doubtful due to a muscle injury. He will have two days less to prepare, with the tension of playing the Premier against City, with his matches on Tuesday, against Southampton and on Sunday against Wolves.