We take a look at the best possible Premier League destinations for Real Madrid right-back Daniel Carvajal after playing in Spanish football.
Real Madrid right-back Daniel Carvajal can easily be considered one of the best players in the world on his position, he recently revealed that he will play in the Premier League some day.
During an interview for Libero magazine, Carvajal dropped this bomb: “I would love to play in the Premier League. It’s an experience that I would like to have and I don’t want to regret turning down a possible opportunity.”
Now that we know for sure that Dani will come to play in England someday, it’s not a bad idea to imagine which clubs will be best-suited for his talents if he decided to leave next season and started playing in the Premier League.
We obviously took the liberty of selecting three clubs that we believe would be a great fit for Daniel Carvajal if he decided to make his career move soon, the man has already won everything at Real Madrid and a change of scenery wouldn’t be that bad.
PEP: We controlled them in terms of their counter attacks, our back four was so good.
We had good build-up with patience, but the problem after that was we didn't create too much. pic.twitter.com/Ir6sflVNxi
— Manchester City (@ManCity) October 7, 2018
Considering his present and love for Real Madrid, it would be difficult to imagine Daniel Carvajal playing under Pep Guardiola but anything can happen in football.
The Catalan manager would certainly welcome a talented player like him, one who can compete against the likes of Kyle Walker and Danilo for a position as the team’s right-back.
Carvajal has all the qualities that Pep Guardiola looks for in this position, a player with impressive defensive capabilities but also with a keen sense of going on the attack with creativity and someone who can create a special bond with the wingers on his side of the field.
There are not many right-backs who have the quality that Daniel Carvajal have with the ball at their feet, he already dominated both La Liga and the Bundesliga, there is nothing that can stop him from doing the same in English football.
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— Manchester United (@ManUtd) October 8, 2018
Even if we still don’t know if Jose Mourinho will remain in the club or not for the upcoming years, there is no question that Daniel Carvajal would want to play in a historic club like Manchester United where he would take full control of the right-back position.
But assuming that the Portuguese manager stays in the Red Devils until his contract comes to an end in 2020 and Dani comes before that, Mourinho would rejoice of having such a versatile player at his disposal.
There is no question that the boss would reposition the Spaniard as a central defender and transform him in the same vein that Sergio Ramos evolved from a right-back, to the outstanding player that we know and love today.
Carvajal has enough range and versatility to become a full-time center-back if the managers needed it.
One, two, three! ⚽️⚽️⚽️
— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) October 7, 2018
Considering that Maurizio Sarri will most likely need a replacement for Spanish right-back Cesar Azpilicueta, there is no doubt that he would completely love the idea of bringing Dani Carvajal as the most suitable replacement for the Blues.
In fact, getting the Real Madrid player for Chelsea would be an upgrade to what Chelsea has to offer right now in the position and it wouldn’t take him that much to completely own the spot inside Maurizio Sarri’s starting eleven.
But in the end, Carvajal’s options are way more than just three squads. Other clubs like Arsenal, Liverpool, and even Tottenham would kill to have a world-class right-back like Daniel Carvajal.
Us Premier League lovers can only dream that he will make the decision to come to England sooner, rather than later.
“I would love to play in the Premier League. It is an experience that I would like to have – I won't retire without having it."
– Dani Carvajal pic.twitter.com/IYK0x1mP6f
— Transfer News (@TransferChecker) October 9, 2018
Which other clubs would you like Carvajal to represent when he decides to chance La Liga for the Premier League? Please share your opinion in the comment section down below.