Alberto Bueno

He started in the Infantil A of R. Madrid in 2001-2002, and it was not until the end of 2008 when he debuted in the first team, in just one month he debuted in the Copa del Rey, Liga and the UEFA Champions League. In 2009 he signed for five seasons with Valladolid.

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Juanmi Callejon

He played for two seasons in the lower categories of Real Madrid. In the summer of 2008 Juanmi did the preseason with the first white team. On August 11 of that year, Callejón signed a four-year contract with Mallorca.

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Carlos Aranda

He was part of the lower category of Real Madrid, he did not make his debut in the league with the Real Madrid first team, but he did in the UEFA Champions League against the Molde of Norway, in November 1999. In 2001 he played his second match in the maximum continental competition against Lokomotiv Moscow. In the 2001/2002 season it was loaned to the Club Deportivo Numancia de Soria of the Spanish Second Division

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Dani Garcia

He began his sports career at Castilla in 1992. He was playing for three years in the Madrid branch (with 2 games with the first team), and in 1995 he was transferred with the option to buy back to Real Zaragoza.

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David Aganzo

He arrived at the first team in 1999 from the hand of Vicente del Bosque from the lower categories of the white team, he debuted at 18, but in the 2000/01 season he left on loan to Espanyol.

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David barral

It started in the 02/03 season at Real Madrid C in the Third Division. A year later he was transferred to Fuenlabrada, and in the 04/05 season he returned to the white club to be part of the Real Madrid Castilla squad that got promotion to the Second Division. In the 2005-06 season he played with Castilla in the second division and at the end of it, he decided to disassociate himself from Real Madrid and signed for Real Sporting de Gijón.

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Samuel Eto´o

In 1996 he signed for Castilla. After descending with the white subsidiary to Segunda División B in its first season, the club decided to transfer it to Club Deportivo Leganés, a team in which it was throughout the 1997-98 season. The following year he returned to Real Madrid, debuting in the First Division of Spain on December 5, 1998, mid-season he leaves on loan to Espanyol, but would only play friendly matches. In 1999 he returned to Real Madrid, where he hardly played and mid-season, he decided to go to the ranks of Real Club Deportivo Mallorca.

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Javi García

He started playing in the lower categories of Real Madrid. In 2006 he made the preseason with Real Madrid de Capello, later he is transferred to Osasuna. However, Real Madrid made a repurchase option effective the first year, so he returned for the 2008/09 season, but on July 21, 2009 he was transferred to Portuguese Benfica.

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Jesé Rodríguez

Trained in the Real Madrid youth academy from the children's category to his filial team, with which he played two seasons (2011–13). He debuted in an official match with the first team on December 13, 2011 at the age of just 18, in the 2013/14 season, he became part of the first team. In August 2016, he is transferred to Paris Saint-Germain

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Joselu

On August 31, 2009, Real Madrid signed him for € 1.5 million, but decided to leave him on loan for a year at Celta de Vigo. After a season he returns to Madrid to play for Castilla. Debuts in the first team on May 21, 2011. In the summer of 2012, the player is transferred to the German club TSG 1899 Hoffenheim for € 6 million.

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Juan kill

He signed for the lower categories of Real Madrid in the summer of 2003, climbing steps every season. In the 06/07 season he played for Castilla in the Second Division. In 2007 he signed for Valencia

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Jose Manuel Meca

Formed in the quarry of Real Madrid, he went through the different lower teams, coming to play in the Second Division with Castilla. The 98/99 season was loaned to the Cultural Leonesa.

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Mista

Formed in the lower categories of Real Madrid, he debuted at Castilla in the 1996/97 season in the Second Division. The white subsidiary descended to Segunda B and without opportunities in the first squad, in 1998 he decided to unilaterally terminate his contract with Real Madrid and sign for Club Deportivo Tenerife.

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Negredo

In the summer of 2005 he signed for Real Madrid to incorporate him into his subsidiary Real Madrid Castilla, from the Second Division, he became Castilla's top scorer. Fabio Capello, coach of the first team, called him up for some Copa del Rey games. In July 2007 he was hired by the UD Almería of the First Division.

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Javier Portillo

He trained in the lower categories of Real Madrid, in Castilla he became, during the eight years in which he was part of them, his highest historical scorer by scoring more than 700 goals. Being the top scorer in the white quarry. He joined the first team of the Real Madrid Club de Fútbol at the end of the 2002 season. In August 2004 he was loaned by Real Madrid to Fiorentina, although he returned, did not convince and left on loan, this time to Belgium, to play in the Bruges KV

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Riki

He began his career in 2000 at Real Madrid C, and in 2002 he will go on to play for Castilla until 2004 when he signed for Getafe

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Roberto Soldado

He went through the lower categories of Real Madrid until in the 2002/03 season he promoted to Castilla, where he began to stand out as a scorer, in addition to promoting to the Second Division with the team. During the 2005/06 season he debuted with Real Madrid in the First Division on October 23, 2005, he continued to be required on several occasions by the first team to play League and Champions League matches. In the 2006/07 season he was loaned to Osasuna, he returned to the white team in the following season, extending his contract until 2012. However, coach Bernd Schuster, only had him to play seven games throughout the season. Therefore, the player was transferred to Getafe.

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Tote

He signed for the Real Madrid youth. He went up to Castilla where he had a good performance in the 98/99 season and debuted with the first team in the First Division on May 8, 1999. In the following season, after being dismissed by the first team coach, his sports career was one of go and return to the white club until the 02/03 season dissociated from the merengue team

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Zarate

At the age of 21, he was loaned to the Real Madrid affiliate in 2000. His 15 goals in team B caught the attention of the first-team coach, Vicente Del Bosque, who used it in Copa del Rey games, and in the Champions League. UEFA. Despite scoring goals in both competitions, the club did not buy his pass and returned to Argentina.

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Achraf

Formed in the lower categories of Real Madrid, he stood out in Castilla and in August 2017 he went to the first team. A year later he was loaned to Borussia Dortmund for two seasons. It has just been sold to Inter Milan.

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Gabby is someone who is interested in all types of sports, she loves to attend watching matches live. Whenever there is a match being played in her city, she makes sure to get the tickets in advance. Due to the love for sports, she joined Sportsfinding, and started writing general sports news. Apart from writing the news, she is also the editor for the website who checks and edits every news content before they go live.

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