Zinedine Zidane will be looking forward to his first full season as Real Madrid boss, and the club's four captains have now reportedly been revealed.
The French boss took over from Spaniard Rafael Benitez halfway through the 2015/16 campaign, and guided his side to triumph in the UEFA Champions League.
Zidane was highly dependent on senior players to lead by example during his first six months in charge, and this season will be no different.
Real seem to have a healthy balance of experience and youth, with the average age of the squad being 26 and a half years old.
The likes of Sergio Ramos, Pepe, Marcelo and Cristiano Ronaldo will all be expected to lead the team to more success under Zidane, and according to Marca, that is the order in which the club will be captained.
Ronaldo has reportedly replaced Alvaro Arbeloa in the quartet, after the Spaniard left for West Ham United on a free.
The Portuguese is, of course, the skipper of Portugal, while Ramos wears the armband for Spain.
Ronaldo is now in his eighth season at Los Blancos, and has represented the club on 349 occasions, scoring 365 goals.
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