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Karim Benzema out for Real Madrid finale with hamstring injury

The ESPN FC crew respond to the reports suggesting Carlo Ancelotti will be replaced by Rafael Benitez at Real Madrid next season.

Karim Benzema will not be fit to face Getafe in Real Madrid's final game of the season on Saturday.

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Benzema suffered a right hamstring injury last weekend in Real's 4-1 win against Espanyol.

With Real assured of second place in La Liga and out of cup competitions, the club will not rush Benzema's recovery to face Getafe.

The French striker, who just returned a week ago from a knee strain, was unable to train with the team on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo returned to training after suffering...

 By Rob Train

Unai Emery a logical choice for Real Madrid in the future

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe discusses whether or not Carlo Ancelotti will remain with Real Madrid, after being defeated by Juventus in the Champions League semifinals and conceding the La Liga title to Barcelona.

The jury is still out on whether or not Saturday's match against Getafe will be Carlo Ancelotti's last in the Bernabeu dugout. It seems incredible that the coach who delivered the all-consuming Decima after a 12-year wait should be tentatively perusing the jobs section of Managers' Weekly, and I suspect that the Italian will be retained until his contract expires at the end of next season.

There simply aren't a lot of people the Real Madrid board can get who are better qualified than Ancelotti....

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Iker Casillas wants David De Gea to join him at Real Madrid

The ESPN FC panel debate who, if anyone, would be a worthy replacement for Carlo Ancelotti should Real Madrid show him the door.

Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas says he wants Manchester United's David De Gea to join him at the Bernabeu next season.

De Gea, 24, has long been linked to a move to Real Madrid as a replacement for Casillas, and the 34-year-old told reporters on Friday that he would not resent Los Blancos if they acquired his heir apparent.

Casillas has been with Real since joining their academy in 1990, but when asked if he would like De Gea to join Real, he said, "Of course I would."

The goalkeeper then declined...