How Europe’s top clubs might line up next season

first_imgNow we’re into July, the return of football is tantalisingly close.Transfers are being made, pre-season tours and friendlies are just starting to take place around the world, and new kits are being released.Add to this, the qualifying rounds of the Champions League and Europa League are well under way, and a British team has already been eliminated.We’ve got a good idea how must clubs in the Premier League are going to look, but what about the biggest clubs in Europe?Click the right arrow above to see how the likes of Barcelona, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, and Juventus might look… 10 10 10 Is this how Borussia Dortmund will look in 2017/18? – As Peter Bosz takes charge, it’s likely Dortmund will adopt a 4-3-3 formation. Is this how AC Milan will look in 2017/18? – There has been a dramatic overhaul at the San Siro this summer and they will look to challenge at the top of the table. 10 Is this how Paris Saint-Germain will look in 2017/18? – There are no big changes for the Parisiens just yet. Is this how Real Madrid will look in 2017/18? – How do you improve on the back-to-back Champions League winners? It’s unlikely there will be huge changes, unless they swoop for Kylian Mbappe. Is this how Bayern Munich will look in 2017/18? – The arrival of Niklas Sule and Sebastian Rudy could see Carlo Ancelotti change things up in Bavaria. Is this how Roma will look in 2017/18? – Having lost Mohamed Salah, Antonio Rudiger, and Francesco Totti this summer, this XI has had to be tinkered with, but new boys Rick Karsdorp, and Lorenzo Pellegrini are young and hungry to succeed. Is this how Barcelona will look in 2017/18? – No major signings so far, but a new right-back is likely, and Paulinho remains a possibility. 10 10 10 Is this how Inter Milan will look in 2017/18? – While their rivals have spent a huge amount of money on new players, Inter seem to be lagging behind and could still lose Ivan Perisic. Is this how Juventus will look in 2017/18? – Will the arrival of Patrik Schick spell the end of Mario Mandzukic’s first-team run? 10 10 10 Is this how Monaco will look in 2017/18? – If Benjamin Mendy leaves, expect Jorge to step up into the left-back role, while Youri Tielemans will come in for Tiemoue Bakayoko.last_img

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