Ancelotti admits Villarreal as a difficult opponent to play against.

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Carlo Ancelotti admits Villarreal remain a tough opponent for Real Madrid football team despite the switch to Enrique Setien.

Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti says Saturday’s trip to Villarreal will be another difficult one for Los Blancos’. ​​According to a report from Marca on Friday. 

Real Madrid host Villarreal’s ‘Estadio de la Ceramiga’ on Saturday. Which is another difficult arena for the white team that has never invaded to win at this stadium for the last 5 times. With Ancelotti expected to be a difficult game again. Although the Yellow Submarine team has changed since Enrique Setien took over the reins. UFABET

The Italian trainer said:

‘They’ve changed a bit. And has a different identity than Unai Emery’s Villarreal, Setien likes attacking games and football positions. We will have to do our best to win there. Villarreal is a strong team. And just beat Valencia with a good game.

Ancelotti also discussed the team and the current physical condition of the Whites players. It insisted they were doing well and explained that. The players who did not travel to play with Cacereno included Thibaut Courtois, Ferland Mendy, Toni Kroos and David A. Laba, Karim Benzema and Vinicius Junior will all be playing against Villarreal.

‘People who reach the end of the World Cup don’t need much work to keep the competition sharp. Because they didn’t stop But there are some people who are off for about 20 days, so we work more with them. Modern footballers are more professional and work around the clock.’

‘Whether running or working in the gym. in the past When you have a month off You won’t be practicing at all. It’s not like that anymore. So it’s easier for the players to get back to full fitness, the team is focused, motivated and in good shape.’

‘Obviously we won’t be any fresher than tomorrow, then we’ll pick the rested players from the Cacereno game tomorrow. We’ll be picking the best players for each game in the coming weeks. So we have the Spanish Super Cup, which is a very important competition for us.’