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Real Madrid Training: November 1

Updates on Carvajal, Odegaard, and more

Real Madrid resumed training today after a nice cool and collected victory against Huesca yesterday afternoon.

In today’s session at Real Madrid City, head coach Zinedine Zidane allowed his starters to work inside the facilities — giving them less vigorous work to give them a breather from Saturday’s exertion. The rest of the team trained normally outdoors, focusing on stretching, dribbling, and pass precision. Zidane then concluded the training with shooting practice. As a whole, today’s training was ‘light’, with collective focus on staying sharp in the midst of a busy schedule.

Player updates

Great news today as three players rejoined the group. Martin Odegaard, Dani Carvajal, and Nacho Fernandez were with the rest of the team for stretches — doing a combination of work outdoors as well as in the gym. Odegaard’s recovery has gone really well.

In other news

Real Madrid announced that they are holding a charity auction on November 4th, with benefits going to Real Madrid foundation projects. More information from RealMadrid.com:

On Wednesday 4 November, the Ansorena charity auction will take place (6pm) in aid of the Real Madrid Foundation. From 20 October, telephone or virtual bids will be accepted through its catalogue, which includes many works of art and objects related to culture and sport. These include Indurain’s yellow jersey, signed by the Spanish cyclist.

The profits from this auction will go to the Real Madrid Foundation’s social sports projects in centres for children and the disabled in Spain. The rest of the items can also be seen at Ansorena (Calle de Alcalá 52, Madrid) from Monday to Friday from 10am to 2pm and from 5pm to 8pm.