Barcelona & Real Madrid Lineups 2014-15 (Most Expensive)

by Sameer Arshad | Posted on Saturday, July 12th, 2014 | 8

World Cup 2014 is about to end and we will move to club football where all the money and glamour comes from, towards the end of the July all european clubs will be starting their pre-seasons and transfer window will take the centre stage. Usualy transfer window after world cup is the busiest compared to off-season without world cup. Two of the richest football clubs in the world cup Real Madrid and Barcelona already have some of the biggest names in world cup football and with Barcelona’s latest signing of Luis Suarez, we can expect Real Madrid to sign atleast one big name possible Rademal Falcao.

Possible Starting Lineups of Barcelona-Real Madrid for 2014-15 Season:

The biggest football match in the world will get even bigger if the rumoured transfers of both clubs go ahead. Real Madrid are also keen on Toni Kroos and James Rodriguez with Karim Benzema and Angel Di Maria possibly leaving the club this summer. When Real Madrid play Barcelona for the first time next season this how how both teams starting lineups might looks like.

Real Madrid vs Barcelona 2014-2015 Lineups

Real Madrid bought Gareth Bale for world record fee at the start of last season and it became the most expensive signing in the history of football. While Barcelona’managed to get Neymar for a decent transfer fee. This year Barcelona has already splashed 75 million euros for Luis Suarez which might make their forward line the deadliest in the world with Messi, Neymar and Suarez leading the forward line.

Real Madrid are in talks with Rademal Falcao who is Carlo Ancolotti’s primary target, while Toni Kroos is another player who Real Madrid are keen to get in this summer. Both of the these players won’t come cheap with Falcao valued at around 60m euros and Toni Kroos performances in last two seasons with Bayern Munich and in World Cup 2014 has up his price tag by quite margin so Bayern Munich won’t sell him less than 50m euros.

So assuming both teams get their targets this summer we might see six of the best attacking players in the world cup going head to head in el classico games. Back in march Barcelona defeated Real Madrid with a 4-3 scoreline and we might be getting a few more high scoring games with Radem Falcao and Suarez joining the party.

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