Real Madrid’s Raul (Image courtesy of Angel Martinez/Getty Images) ) Real Madrid is working hard to acquire quality players for both the first team and Castilla. Castilla has signed a few players, while the first team has added two great players in Aurelien Tchouameni and Antonio Rudiger. However, there is still work to be done. Real Madrid, in my opinion, requires a striker. I’ve said it before, but I don’t believe they need to sign a striker, but they do need a winger who fits the profile. There are currently none because Serge Gnabry has signed a new contract with Bayern Munich. However, you never know what the future holds, so the club should not rush into signing anyone and instead keep their cool until they find a good player. They don’t need to sign a young striker prodigy right now because Karim Benzema is so good. They could benefit from a seasoned veteran, but they should be fine even if they do not sign one. One, because they have Eden Hazard and Rodrygo Goes to try out as false nines, and two, because they have Juanmi Latasa, who, according to Mario Cortegana, is not leaving the club anytime soon. According to Cortegana, Latasa is well respected by Real Madrid’s coaching staff, and they plan to rotate him between the first and second teams, effectively closing the door on his departure. That’s a good decision, but I believe Latasa is at a point in his career where he needs to play a lot. He’ll get it at Castilla this season, as he’s established himself as a reliable starter under Raul, but to advance, he’ll need to play against better opponents more frequently. Latasa is unlikely to get that at Real Madrid, but you never know. Maybe he takes a risk and scores a lot of goals, maybe not. Do you want to be heard? Join the team of The Real Champs! Write something for us! Everything is a matter of time. But if there is one certainty, it is that Latasa will remain at Real Madrid this season. It’ll be interesting to see him play for Real Madrid on occasion, but also to see him play more regularly for Castilla.
Juanmi Latasa will stay at Real Madrid this season
Jul-22 02:51 first published at 02:51 AM
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