Coach Carlo Ancelotti continues to have faith in these three despite their extended tenure working together in Real Madrid's midfield.
In Real’s recent 2-0 win over Juventus (friendly), Kroos, Modric and Casemiro all came on from the start and they did a good job of completing their assigned tasks. Speaking at the post-match press conference, coach Ancelotti talked about the three boys operating in the central area as follows: “I call Kroos, Modric and Casemiro the Bermuda ‘Devil’s Triangle’, because in the area they operate in. The movement on the ball field seems to disappear.”
Bermuda is a very scary sea located between Bermuda, Puerto Rico and Miami (USA). When moving through this strange area, many ships and planes have mysteriously disappeared.
The Royal Spanish squad won the Champions League and La Liga last season thanks in large part to Kroos, Modric, and Casemiro. Together with Real, these three players have won Europe’s most prestigious club championship five times. That accomplishment certainly stands out.
Even though Kroos, Modric, and Casemiro are all older than other Real midfielders like Aurelien Tchouameni, Eduardo Camavinga, Fede Valverde, or Dani Ceballos, they are the unbreakable ties of the white squad. In addition to being well-versed in their craft, they all play together very harmoniously and successfully.
Through the abovementioned sharing, coach Ancelotti may still have faith in Kroos, Modric, and Casemiro. He vows to continue giving this group a lot of acting opportunities in the upcoming season. Young midfielders like Tchouameni or Eduardo Camavinga will also need to put in more effort if they want to be given the chance to express themselves, as a result.