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He Real Madrid enroll in the Champions League to 37 players between lists A and B that he has already provided to the UEFA. This edition of the highest continental competition will start at the end of October and the white club has already closed the ‘squad’ with which it will compete in Europe and which includes 11 homegrown players, although not all are on the B list. Hugo Duro is in A.
The signing of Hugo Duro, from Getafe, was one of the great news for Castilla in the summer. With experience in First division at the orders of Jose Bordalás and plenty of continuity in Second B With the Azulón subsidiary, Duro will play on loan this season in the team he directs Raul Gonzalez. In addition, it is now known that he is on the list of registered by Madrid in the Champions.
That he is on the A list is for no other reason than the fact that he does not meet the requirements to be included in the B. These are to have at least three years in the team’s quarry. The other homegrown players, these are included in list B, are Altube, Luis López, Víctor Chust, Miguel Gutiérrez, Sergio Santos, Marvin, Sergio Arribas, Antonio Blanco, Carlos Dotor Y Juan Latasa.
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A curiosity in the Real Madrid list that does not reach the levels of others that have been seen in that of other European clubs that have already sent their registrations to UEFA. He Manchester United announced this Thursday his list of players to play in the Champions League, with the inclusion of the Uruguayan Edinson cavani and the losses of the Argentines Marcos Rojo Y Sergio Romero. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has also decided to include the young Uruguayan in the call for 25 players Facundo Pellistri, who signed for United on the last market day.
For its part, Mesut Ozil, player of the Arsenal and former Real Madrid player, has not been included in the list of 24 players who will play the Europa League with the ‘Gunners‘. This is one more sample of how little Özil counts for Mikel Arteta, who has not lined up the German since last March and has left him out of all the calls this season.
Ozil has made headlines in recent days for offering to pay the salary of the person who acts as the team’s mascot, who after 27 years working at the club, had been fired to cut expenses.
[Más información: Hugo Duro, nuevo jugador del Real Madrid: cedido al Castilla de Raúl con opción de compra]