The Spanish La Liga starts again, Barcelona and Real always favorite?


The League is one of the first competitions to start in this new 2021-2022 football season. What are the favorite teams? How are the protagonists organizing themselves to face the new season?

To begin with, a bolt from the blue broke the summer tranquility of Spanish and European football: Messi he will no longer be a Barcelona player. Here the hierarchies change and turn into one of the hottest summers in recent years.

Let’s briefly see the news offered by the new season of the La Liga that starts on August 14.

Who will win the Liga 2021/2022?

The resumption of La Liga is upon us. On 14 August, Barcelona, ​​Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid will kick off one of the most important national championships in Europe and the world.

An aspect to underline is that this year, the Spanish transfer market has been truly absurd and the surprises are by no means over here. Following the farewell of Lionel Messi after 17 years at Barcelona, La Liga will live its first season without him, who together with CR7 is the best player in the world.

The question we all ask ourselves is: is this really so? Will Barcelona remain competitive even without their brightest star? Will La Liga allow Messi to leave, presumably losing millions of euros in terms of sponsors?

If Barcelona does not come forward, even if the purchase of Aguero communicates anything else, Real Madrid, Atletico and Sevilla are at the door to contend for the Spanish title. These four are the favorite teams for the championship sprint. How could it be otherwise?

Sports fans all over the world are in a rush why European football is once again raising the bar with market hits of great effect.

The team of Zinedine Zidane, still coach of the Blancos, supported the best games after the recovery following the stop due to the Coronavirus. Of course, Sergio Ramos is missing in defense, but the men of the French coach do not want to be outdone this season and with a Barcelona without Messi they could have their say.

As often happens, Atletico Madrid and Sevilla will try to compete with the giants of Spanish football. Let’s not forget that the men of Cholo Simeone won La Liga last year, but will they be able to recreate themselves at this level? On the other hand the Sevilla of Monchi and Lopetegui will try to bridge the gap that separates them from the three sacred monsters in the first positions.

We are no longer surprised by the Seville. By now we are talking about a team that is constantly at the top of the standings and that qualifies for the Champions League with excellent frequency. Furthermore, it should be noted that in recent times they have won the Europa League again, managing to overtake high-level teams such as Manchester United ed Inter.

As for the lower part of the ranking, it is always the newly promoted teams that must be careful not to fall into the abyss of the cadet series. In fact, the newly promoted. Cadiz, Huesca and Elche will have to do everything possible to scrape together some points and hope to save themselves.

It will be particularly complicated for the team of Elche, which was the last to be promoted and barely had time to assemble a team that was up to par with Spain’s top competition.

But it wouldn’t be fair to just talk about Barcelona, ​​Real, Atletico and Sevilla. There are teams like Villareal who could have their say. In recent years, the team’s performances in the league have left something to be desired, however, the Yellow Submarine won the last Europa League by beating ‘the giants’ of Manchester United.

A final aspect to underline is that the next season of La Liga will still see the bleachers of the empty stadiums. It is not yet known when the fans will be able to return to animate the stands of the places that have made thousands of fans dream all over the world.


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