Real Madrid U-21 Team- Squad 2021/2022
Real Madrid U-21 team. Real Madrid B squad 2021-22.
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Real Madrid is one of the most widely supported teams in the world, and the club has one of the largest social media following in the world among sports teams.
Yes, Real Madrid does spend a lot of money on signing players. But what most people overlook is the strength of Real Madrid’s academy, which has produced some of the finest players of all time who have established a name for themselves in football history. Real Madrid’s youth system, La Fabrica, which translates as “The Factory,” has produced luminaries like as Iker Casillas, Raul, Michel, Guti, Alvaro Arbeloa, Chendo, Manolo Sanchis, Emilio Butragueno, Vicente Del Bosque, and many more.
According to the CIES football observatory, Real Madrid has the most academy alumni playing for different teams in the top-5 European leagues while also having the greatest academy in Spain. Even today, the current first-team roster contains academy graduates like as Dani Carvajal, Nacho, Lucas Vazquez, and Mariano, as well as players with Real Madrid Castilla experience such as Casemiro, Rodrygo Goes, Martin Odegaard, Fede Valverde, and Vinicius Jr.
La Fabrica’s quality has always been questioned, and academy authorities have worked tirelessly over the years to continue creating some exceptional players that can adapt to any system. And with a manager like Raul at the helm, the current Castilla team is on its way to high heights.
Here is the Real Madrid U-21 Team 2019/2020 squad
Real Madrid U-21 Team
|6||Antonio Blanco||Defensive Midfield||21|
|7||Marvin Park||Right Winger||21|
|8||Carlos Dotor||Central Midfield||21|
|10||Sergio Arribas||Right Winger||20|
|11||Peter González||Right Winger||19|
|14||Iván Morante||Central Midfield||21|
|17||Jaume Jardí||Right Winger||20|
|20||David González||Central Midfield||19|
|22||Óscar Aranda||Left Winger||19|
|23||Theo Zidane||Central Midfield||19|
Players who have cracked the first team
Pablo Ramon (Centre-back) -Real Madrid U-21 Team
It took some time for him to break into Raul’s starting XI, but once he did, there was no stopping him. He played an important part in the team’s playoff run, which provided him with several opportunity to practise with the first squad. He was also included to the matchday squad for two LaLiga games, although he did not get to make his debut. However, given his skill set and the anticipation around Ramon, a first-team debut may not be far away.
The reason Ramon is regarded as Castilla’s top center-back is straightforward: He is Castilla’s most complete center-back. He possesses exceptional speed, strength, and technique, as well as some exceptional talent.
Marvin Park (Right-winger)-Real Madrid U-21 Team
The 21-year-old is generally a right winger, but he can also play as a wingback, making him more comparable to Lucas Vazquez. He’s also played as a striker on occasion, but it’s clear from his game that he’s more at ease on the right.
The most devastating weapon in Marvin’s arsenal is his speed. The Castilla No.7 may be the fastest player in his squad, and against Granada, he seemed to be faster than Vinicius, who is one of the first team’s fastest players. He is also a disciplined player who is one of the first to lead the press and then immediately recover. Marvin Park isn’t a natural goal scorer, and he has a habit of delaying his chances.
Antonio Blanco (defensive midfielder)-Real Madrid U-21 Team
Blanco often plays in a double pivot with Castilla, although he can also play as a central midfielder. He’s a defensive midfielder, although his playing style is very different from Casemiro’s. While Casemiro is a destroyer, Blanco is a deep-lying midfielder who is considerably more technically gifted. He isn’t a ball carrier, but his great passing vision and fast decision-making talents enable swift ball movement.
Blanco’s passing is undoubtedly his most effective weapon, but his on-field intelligence and press resistance make him a far more complete player. He is powerful, yet not physically intimidating. He wins the ball with clever positioning and well-timed challenges.
Miguel Gutierrez (left-back)-Real Madrid U-21 Team
At the age of 17, Zidane had a lot of faith in this player. In 2019, he brought him up for preseason and played him against Fenerbahce. Since May 2020, this player has been training with the first team for the most of the season.
Real Madrid has the possibility of bringing back another world-class two-way fullback in Sergio Reguilon, but they may choose not to do so due to Miguel’s presence. Miguel is rated better than Reguilon by the Castilla coaches, and his performances give you every reason to believe in him. It’s possible that Miguel’s assist to Modric against Granada was enough to persuade every supporter.
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