Real Madrid have added defender Javier Mascherano, winger Gareth Bale and defender Alvaro Morata to their squad ahead of the World Cup.
The club will open their campaign against Lyon on Saturday.
Goalkeeper Karim Benzema, centre-back Marquinhos, striker Cristiano Ronaldo, winger Karim Laudrup and midfielder Raphael Varane have also been added.
Goalkeepers Marcelo, Kiko Casilla, Sergio Ramos, Andrés Iniesta, Sergio García and Thibaut Courtois are also out with knee injuries.
Raphael Varane: “It was a tough season, but it was a good one for me, it was an important one, and I am very happy to be here.
It is a good team, a great team, so I am happy to play in this position.”
Cristiano Ronaldo: “This is a big opportunity for me and I have no doubt about it.
I want to prove myself in the World Cups.
Karim Benzem: “I want to show the team that I’m still one of the best defenders in the world, so it is going to be difficult to score goals, but I’m very happy and I feel like I’m ready to do the job.””
I’m here to play, I am here to show what I can do, so if I can play well, I will play well.”
Karim Benzem: “I want to show the team that I’m still one of the best defenders in the world, so it is going to be difficult to score goals, but I’m very happy and I feel like I’m ready to do the job.”
Alvaro Saborio: “The manager has told me to do my best and I want more.
I feel the squad is really strong and I can take advantage of that.”
Marquinhas, Bale, Morata and Bale were selected for their respective national teams.
Mascherana and Varane were selected in place of Ronaldo and Courtoises.