Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti highlighted the importance of Eduardo Camavinga, but insisted that he will continue to rotate his squad.
NEWSBREAK reports that Camavinga came under fire for his performance in the Supercopa de Espana defeat to rivals Barcelona last weekend, but played the full 90 minutes in Madrid’s comeback win against Villarreal in the Copa del Rey on Thursday.
Amid speculation that he could join Arsenal on-loan, Ancelotti emphasised that Camavinga was a crucial part of the team.
“The squad is untouchable,” Ancelotti said in a press conference.
“It’s not only [Modric and Kroos], it’s the others who come onto the pitch and give everything, like [Dani] Ceballos and [Marco] Asensio did [at Villarreal]. Modric and Kroos are untouchable, but that doesn’t mean they have to play every game.
Meanwhile, Camavinga’s agent has since shut down rumours the French star will leave this transfer window.