first_imgJuni CalafatThe architect of this policy of signing young talent is Juni Calafat, who arrived at the club in 2014 and is currently head of the club’s international football. He has been responsible for the signings of young Brazilians, but also others such as Fede Valverde or Brahim. Its function goes beyond capturing the best young talent in Brazil. The intention of Madrid, given the current market situation, is to sign the most promising young people, both Spanish and foreign, before they have prohibitive prices. The ‘Brazilian family’ of Real Madrid grows. Reinier, in principle, arrives for Castilla, but with the idea that in the medium term he will become a member of the first team. Exactly as it happened in the past with Vinicius and Rodrygo. With him there will be six Brazilians that Zidane will have at his command. He will join Marcelo, Casemiro, Militao, Vinicius and Rodrygo. Of the five, only the first two exceed 22 years (31 and 27, respectively). The other three average 20 years.Marcelo and Casemiro are having special importance in adapting their compatriots. The first is the second captain of the squad, has raised 21 white titles and has unbearably accepted his new role in the squad, in which he alternates titles and substitutions with Mendy (the French played the Super Cup but the Brazilian recovered his place in the eleven against Sevilla in the League). Casemiro, on the other hand, is not one of the most veteran of the squad by age (27), although it has been won by performance and commitment to be one of the heavyweights of the squad (he has won 13 trophies with Madrid). The midfielder has been involved so that the adaptation of young Brazilians to their new club is as fast as possible.last_img read more

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