Carlo Ancelotti Addresses Modric’s Playing Time Concerns: Assures More Opportunities Ahead

In the current season, Carlo Ancelotti has leaned toward youth over experience, leading to reduced roles for veteran duo Toni Kroos and Luka Modric. This shift in strategy has left Modric, who recently celebrated his 38th birthday, frustrated as he had anticipated maintaining a regular starting position at Real Madrid.

Reports suggest that Modric was initially assured of an unchanged playing time this season, but the reality has proved otherwise. In a recent pre-match press conference ahead of their clash with Real Sociedad, Ancelotti acknowledged the situation and revealed his intention to increase Modric’s involvement in the upcoming weeks.

Ancelotti stated, “He will play more now because we have many games. He’s still very important. I always talk to him about this. I needed to see the youngsters in action. I already know the quality of Modric and Kroos. They’re spectacular.”

With a demanding schedule of seven matches in the next three weeks, Modric’s experience and prowess will undoubtedly be indispensable for Ancelotti and the Real Madrid squad.

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