Real Madrid plan to divide their overall target in terms of short-term goals in the upcoming campaign, reveals Dani Carvajal.
The La Liga title last season witnessed a nail-biting competition as both Real Madrid and FC Barcelona took and squandered their lead at the top of the table on several occasions.
Both teams enjoyed their fair share of time as table-toppers but it was Real Madrid who were found atop by the end of the campaign.
It was the sublime form of Zinedine Zidane’s men post-lockdown, winning ten straight matches and remaining unbeaten until the end, that gave them the edge over their arch-rivals.
Los Blancos are now gearing up for their title defense as the new season approaches nearer. For their first match in the 90th La Liga season, they will take a trip to Real Sociedad at the weekend.
“The aim is to fight for everything,” Dani Carvajal told Real Madrid TV, via Marca.
“We want to start LaLiga well and try to get as many points as possible until the next international break [in October].
“It is a question of us putting objectives in the short term, in blocks of five or six games and to try and get the maximum [points] possible. And thus, in March, we will see if we are in a position to fight for everything.”