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Real Madrid’s three potential quarter-final opponents: All very dangerous

Real Madrid have already secured their place in the next round of the Champions League, the quarter-finals, which are not yet fully decided… but which will bring many challenges.

After their match at the Santiago Bernabéu, Real Madrid have secured their place in the next round of the Champions League. The quarter-finals await the Whites, who will share the draw with other European football giants such as PSG, Bayern Munich and Manchester City. These are the three big rivals to avoid.

All of them have won their ties with relative ease and have produced great individual and collective performances. Carlo Ancelotti’s men are also worthy of attention: eliminating RB Leipzig, one of the most dangerous teams in attack and in transition, is a clear sign that things are being done well.

But the draw for the quarter-finals will be the one that will decide Real Madrid’s fate for the rest of the Champions League this season. So, Real Madrid will have to wait, along with these teams, for the arrival of other clubs that could be among the eight best teams in Europe… so that UEFA can recompose the draw and make the quarter-finals a reality.

Only eight can remain

In addition to the aforementioned teams, there are still matches to be played. The second leg of the round of 16, which will be played on Tuesday 12th, will offer two possible quarter-final opponents thanks to the matches Arsenal-Porto and Barcelona-SSC Napoli: teams from the same nationality can now cross paths… although this is a coincidence that rarely happens.

On Wednesday 13th March, the matches Borussia Dortmund-PSV and Atlético de Madrid-Inter Milan will be played, two duels that should be followed with attention as the teams involved are of great quality and will not make it easy to get a ticket for the semi-finals of the Champions League 23/24.

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