Ancelotti Set to Banish Camavinga From Real Madrid’s First Team After Woeful Outing Against Barcelona

Ancelotti Set to Banish Camavinga From Real Madrid’s First Team After Woeful Outing Against Barcelona

Chukwu Ikechukwu
January 17, 2023 at 11:13 AM
  • Carlo Ancelotti doesn't want Eduardo Camavinga in his team after the Spanish Super Cup final
  • Camavinga was substituted at half-time by the Italian boss as Los Blancos were trailing by two
  • The French player has made 65 appearances for the Spanish giants since arriving back in 2021

Real Madrid manager, Carlo Ancelotti is reportedly fed up with Eduardo Camavinga and is prepared to exile the French midfielder from his first team.

Camavinga had a game to forget in the Spanish Super Cup final, as the Spanish champions were defeated 3-1 by arch-rivals Barcelona, with Ancelotti forced to substitute the Frenchman at half-time for his poor performance.

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Eduardo Camavinga has been substituted seven times at half-time by Carlo Ancelotti since joining Real Madrid in 2021. Photo by Soccrates Images.
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According to Sportskeeda, the 20-year-old midfielder completed only 68 percent of his passes and lost possession 11 times against the Catalan giants, frustrating Ancelotti and his Real Madrid teammates.

The Italian manager is reportedly unimpressed with the player, who arrived at the capital from Stade Rennais in 2021, and prefers others in the midfield positions.

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Camavinga has made 65 appearances and has contributed three assists, in addition to two goals for Real Madrid so far.

Barcelona fans troll Camavinga

Barcelona supporters took to social media on Sunday evening to poke fun at Real Madrid midfielder, Camavinga, after Barca's victory in the Super Cup final, 101 Great Goals reports.

La Blaugrana supporters tore into the Frenchman while praising Gavi throughout the game, casting doubt on the frequent similarities made between the two.

Camavinga had a disappointing game against the Catalan giants and was yanked off at half-time by manager, Ancelotti, after Real Madrid trailed 2-0 at the interval.

Camavinga to make Madrid history

Earlier, Sports Brief reported on Real Madrid midfielder, Camavinga seeking to follow the footsteps of fellow France teammate, Kylian Mbappe to win the Golden Boy Award.

The 19-year-old midfielder has been shortlisted for the 2022 edition of the award, after a successful debut season at Real Madrid where the team emerged as La Liga champions.

Camavinga, who also won the UEFA Champions League with Los Blancos, will be aiming to become the first player from his side to win the coveted prize.

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