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Real Madrid will start next season with one of the best squads in Europe and they could dominate in every competition for years to come.
Carlo Ancelotti's side topped La Liga comfortably this season and won the Champions League after an extremely tough run to the final.
Los Blancos eliminated Paris Saint-Germain, holders Chelsea and Manchester City before overcoming Liverpool in Saint-Denis last weekend.
The scary part is, this isn't even Real's final form. They're going to get so much better.
This summer will see a number of older players depart after years of service at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Club captain Marcelo will be leaving as a free agent as will Isco and Gareth Bale.
Combined, the trio have 33 years worth of service and a whopping 63 trophies. Their influence in this campaign has been minimal however and there's already a squad rejuvenation taking place.
Vinicius Jr. has become the player we all expected him to be and has a sensational understanding with veteran striker Karim Benzema.
On the opposite flank is Marco Asensio and Rodrygo, with the latter proving to be football's ultimate trump card in the Champions League.
That's not even taking into account Eden Hazard, who is determined to return to full fitness and strut his stuff in a Los Blancos shirt.
Midfield is where things get very interesting.
Luka Modric, Toni Kroos and Casemiro complement one another beautifully, but there's a new generation ready to break out.
Federico Valverde assisted Vinicius Jr.'s winner against Liverpool and teenager Eduardo Camavinga impressed after joining from Rennes last summer.
There could be another young Frenchman arriving this summer in the form of Aurelien Tchouameni, with the Monaco superstar reportedly close to agreeing terms.
One man who will definitely be in the Spanish capital is Antonio Rudiger, who has swapped Chelsea for a crack at La Liga.
He'll have a hard job dislodging David Alaba or Eder Militao though, two players who were thrown into the fire after Sergio Ramos and Raphael Varane's respective exits.
Full-back and goalkeeper is quite settled thanks to Ferland Mendy, Dani Carvajal and Thibaut Courtois' reliability.
You wouldn't rule out president Florentino Perez splashing out more cash, given Real's failed pursuit of Paris Saint-Germain superstar Kylian Mbappe.
Just imagine how good they'd have been if they got him.