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“We Are Real Madrid and We Never Give Up” Rodrygo Reacts to Training During International Break Week

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Real Madrid, of late, is trying to change their philosophy when it comes to transfers. They are consciously moving away from signing players in their prime. Instead, they are signing generational talents like Rodrygo and Takefusa Kubo and trying to develop them into the best.

Rodrygo Goes is one of the most promising talents in the Real Madrid camp. Zinedine Zidane has full faith in the young Brazilian and he has been getting plenty of game time. With most of his teammates playing for their respective countries in the international break, Rodrygo is spending this time polishing his skills in preparation for the resumption of the league.

Rodrygo sat down with reporters to talk about how he prepares for games. He also spoke on what needs to be done by the team in order to hang on as contenders for the La Liga title which is slowly slipping away from their grasp. He said, “We Are Real Madrid and we never give up”

Rodrygo talks about the team coming back stronger after the international break

The 20-year-old was asked about what the team plans on doing so as to reduce the gap between then and the league leaders. He said, “Everyone can see that we fight until the end in every game. This Real Madrid badge always requires us to fight until the end. It doesn’t matter how many points we are off Atlético or Barcelona because we’ll always keep going right to the end.”

He continued, “All the games are important, but at this stage of the season they are even more so. It’s a special feeling. It fills us with the desire to play well and win. These matches are the most special ones”.

Rodrygo has been influential this season for Real Madrid

MADRID, SPAIN – MARCH 01: Vinicius Junior and Rodrygo Goes of Real Madrid celebrate after his team’s first goal during the La Liga Santander match between Real Madrid and Real Sociedad

This change in philosophy has brought about some turbulent times in the club’s otherwise illustrious reign over Europe. Until this season, they had not qualified for the Champions League quarterfinals after winning the competition back in 2018.

Real Madrid is third in the La Liga standings after 28 games. At the moment, they are six points behind the high-flying league-leaders Atletico Madrid. However, with season veterans such as Toni Kroos and Karim Benzema in their ranks, they will certainly be hopeful of putting a decent title challenge ahead of the business end of the season.

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