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Real Madrid’s summer tour schedule 2019 (July 21th – July 31th)

Real Madrid’s summer tour schedule 2019 (July 21th – July 31th)

Real Madrid’s summer tour schedule 2019. Update Real Madrid’s friendly and tour schedule in the summer of 2019 (July 21st – July 31st)

Most of Real's signing in the transfer window this summer, from Mendy, Eden Hazard to Jovic, are flexible and dynamic players. Therefore, Zidane will have many options for arranging the squad. If there were Pogba as well, the French strategist would get even more headaches.

In the successful two and a half years period (2016-2018) with Real, Zizou mainly used the 4-3-3 diagram to take advantage of BBC (Bale, Benzema and Cristiano Ronaldo) and 4-3-1-2 with Isco as a shuttle midfielder, bridging the two midfields and strikers. In 11 games last season, Zidane mainly used 4-3-3 (9 times), 1 4-4-2 and 1 4-3-3-1.

With existing forces, next season Zidane can use 4-2-3-1 (4-2-1-3 when attacking), with central midfield pair and Jovic playing behind Benzema. Meanwhile, the left margin certainly belongs to Hazard and the margin must be two options for Vinicius or Asensio.

In the central midfield position, the use of a single intercept formula plus a distribution is quite appropriate if Real successfully recruited Pogba. Meanwhile, Pogba will be responsible for distributing and covering the French midfielder Casemiro scanner. Pogba's reserve might be Fabian Ruiz, who is in Napoli's shirt and also in Real's sights.

Compared to Modric and Kroos, Pogba and Fabian's ability to support attacks is more impressive. There is an evidence that last season, Modric has 4 goals, Kroos has 1 goal while Pogba scored 16 goals and Fabian scored 7 goals. Of course, the 4-3-3 is still the most feasible and familiar diagram, taking advantage of the abundance of personnel in the midfield.

Many major European teams decided to attend the 2019 International Champions Cup, the most remarkable friendly tournament of the summer this year. List of 2019 ICC Cup teams including: Arsenal, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur (England), Bayern Munich (Germany), Fiorentina, Inter Milan, Juventus, AC Milan (Italy), SL Benfica (Portugal), CD Guadalajara (Mexico), Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid (Spain).

According to Real Madrid's summer 2019 tour tour, which lasts for 10 days, from July 21st to July 31st. During this period, the Spanish Royal team played all 5 games, 3 at ICC 2019 and 2 at the Audi Cup 2019. Zinedine Zidane teachers and students will begin their journey by playing against Bayern Munich in Houston (USA).

Real Madrid's summer tour schedule 2019

08:00 (GMT +8), July 21th (USA): Bayern Munich vs Real Madrid

07:00 (GMT +8), July 24th (USA): Real Madrid vs Arsenal

07:30 (GMT +8), July 27th (USA): Real Madrid vs Atlético Madrid

00:00 (GMT +8), July 31th (Germany): Real Madrid vs Tottenham Hotspur

00:00 (GMT +8), August 1st (Germany): Real Madrid vs Bayern Munich / Fenerbahçe