Dani Carvajal insisted that revolutions are not easy at a club like Real Madrid.
There was still something of a rebuild at Los Blancos over the summer, with the likes of Eden Hazard, Luka Jovic, Eder Militao, Ferland Mendy and Rodrygo Goes brought in following a disastrous season.
Carvajal, whose team have collected five points from their opening three La Liga games, said it was tough to make drastic changes at Madrid.
“There’s always talk of a revolution,” Carvajal told Radio MARCA.
“But at a team like Real Madrid, where everyone wants to be and not everyone wants to leave, it’s not easy.
“Players like Hazard, [Eder] Militao, [Ferland] Mendy, they’ve come to help us, and I think that’s to compliment a great squad.”
“People might think that we’ve drawn two times in three games so the ghosts of last year are returning.
“But the feeling on the inside isn’t bad.
“It’s true that we need to be more blunt in attack and defence, but we’ll do big things again.”
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