- Spanish clubs Real and Atletico Madrid arrived Tallinn on Monday
- The two clubs will clash at the 15,000-capacity Lillekula Stadium on Wednesday
- Real new goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois was among the stars for the UEFA Super Cup final
Spanish city rivals Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid arrived Tallinn on Monday, August 13, ahead of their UEFA Super Cup showdown.
According to a UK Daily Mail report Champions League winners Real Madrid and Europa League kings Atletico both included star-studded squad members in their team to the Estonian capital.
The two clubs clash at the 15,000-capacity Lillekula Stadium on Wednesday night.
Atletico stars for the clash includes Angel Correa, Juanfran, Filipe Luis and Stefan Savic who posed for the camera before boarding their flight.
In addition, Diego Simeone and his players opted for tracksuit trousers and polo shirts while the Los Blancos preferred a more formal approach.
New Real Madrid goalie Thibaut Courtois, Marcelo and Sergio Ramos were captured wearing suits as they headed for take-off.
Interestingly, the Galaticos despite emerging Europe champions ended the last campaign in Spanish topflight behind second-placed Atletico.
The Los Blancos have not conquered Atleti in their last three fixtures across all competitions.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously had reported that Portugal star Cristiano Ronaldo has lifted the lid on the factors that masterminded his decision to leave Spanish giants Real Madrid for a move to Juventus.
The former Manchester United star left the Bernabeu after nine years earlier this summer joining Juve in a £88million deal in July.
Cristiano Ronaldo has now stated clearly that the reception he got for his brilliant goal against Juventus in April was a factor in deciding to move to Italy.
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