Florentino Pérez and Raúl González Blanco, along with Real Madrid's Juvenil A after winning the UEFA Youth League

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Good news for the quarry Real Madrid. The merengue club is represented in the list of the best future talents in the world of football. In addition, it does so with three players from the subsidiary among those selected, a great achievement for the merengue entity considering that all the quarries on the planet are observed.

The ranking, one of the most prestigious elaborated by The Guardian, points to the 60 best young players of the next generation. Two Argentines like Federico Redondo, by Argentinos Juniors, and Darío Sarmiento, from Estudiantes de La Plata, are the young people who lead the classification made.

Of the Real Madrid players that appear on the list, it should be noted that two of them are Spanish. The first one to be highlighted, and which also has great relevance since it is one of the faces with which the list of talents is promoted, is the Japanese Takuhiro “Pipi” Nakai.

Florentino Pérez and Raúl González Blanco, along with Real Madrid’s Juvenil A after winning the UEFA Youth League


The midfielder from Blue Follow will soon be 17 years old. He joined the merengue quarry in fry and is already part of the Juvenil B squad. The British newspaper report compares him with a recent Japanese talent like Kubo, who also belongs to Real Madrid. According to the analysis carried out, the videos of Nakai dribbling went viral when he was only seven years old. His technique, vision of the game and ball control are highlighted. Qualities that have also been highlighted by Real Madrid in the player’s official profile.

Two national talents

The second player to appear in the ranking is the Spanish Bruno Iglesias. Also 17 years old, he joined the lower categories of Real Madrid in 2015 from Santa Marta. The merengue club defines him as a midfielder with arrival and with great technical qualities. The report of The Guardian, for his part, indicates that he is a “different” player with great abilities to pass long and short and that, as if that were not enough, he has a good offensive ability thanks to his aim at goal.

“He was the youngest player to join Common Goal, committing 1% of his income to the movement, when he signed up in April at the age of 16,” says the digital. This project created by Juan Mata helps distribute the benefits of soccer among those most in need.

The last representative of Real Madrid that appears in the ranking, also Spanish and 17 years old, is Israel Salazar. Forward from Badajoz who joined Real Madrid in 2015 after passing through Guadalupe, San Roque and Flecha Negra. He is currently part of the Juvenil A squad and the merengue entity qualifies him as a leading forward.

The Guardian analysis qualifies him as “the most outstanding striker in the Real Madrid quarry”, who “has the speed, technical ability and dribbling to play with the forward, as well as a number 9. ” A success for the Real Madrid quarry and that adds merengues homegrown players along with others more recognized as the exculé Xavi Simons, signed by PSG.

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