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Real Madrid: The future

Borja Mayoral

Borja is one of a promising crop coming through Real Madrid's youth system, he's scored 18 goals this season and is knocking on Zidane's door, Real Madrid fans in Spain's capital are excited about him and it seems a matter of time before he makes the step up.

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Martin Ødegaard

The "pearl of Norwegian football" arrived at Real Madrid amidst much fanfare in January 2015 from modest Norwegian outfit Strømsgodset for a fee of around four million euros. A reputation as a "highly-rated striker" followed him but he has failed to set the scene on fire, scoring his only Castilla goal more than a year ago. He decided to stay on at Castilla despite interest from Liverpool among others for a loan move, as he wanted to learn under Zidane at Castilla. The club still has hope that his talent will shine through and the player will fulfill his potential in Real madrid's camisa blanca.

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Enzo Zidane

Zinedine has four sons and all of them are involved in the Real Madrid setup. Enzo Zidane is currently captain of Real Madrid Castilla, an attacking midfielder with hereditary balance and elegance, he's known to score the odd golazo from long range and was called up by his father for the first time to train with the first team to help prepare for the Madrid derby.

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Aleix Febas

Aleix Febas is "a player with technical skills and the ability to give the final pass", he claims, he is renowned for his work-rate and has been in the national team set-up through the age categories. A Catalan by birth, this blanco promise is highly thought of in the Castilla set-up.

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Luca Zidane

Luca Zidane is Real Madrid Castilla's goalkeeper, he made headlines when he was sent off for a headbutt in a Madrid derby, drawing the inevitable comparisons with his father, but the goalkeeper has kept 4 clean sheets in 7 UEFA Youth League matches, playing every minute and Castilla top their league.

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FUTBOL 15/16

Marco Asensio is a Real Madrid product from 'la fabrica' who is currently out on loan at Espanyol, where he's scored 10 goals this season and is without doubt the perico's most potent threat going forward. Transfermarkt puts his value at €7M and his desire is to make it big at the Bernabéu.

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Alvaro Tejero

Tejero is a right back who packs a punch: aggressive going forward from the school of Dani Carvajal, accurate with his crosses from the flank and a blaster of a right foot from distance. The attacking wing-back has been at los blancos since Under-10 level.

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FUTBOL 15/16

Real Madrid secured the signature of Zaragoza defender Jesus Vallejo after his outstanding performance as captain of Spain's under-19 UEFA Championships winners in the summer of 2015. He remained on loan at Zaragoza for the rest of the season, but will join up with the blanco squad for next season. Vallejo made 34 league appearances for Real Zaragoza in the Segunda Division last season, and is seen as a quick and perceptive defender with a maturity beyond his years.

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Federico Valverde

Still only 17 at the time of writing, Valverde, a stand-out midfielder at Uruguayan side Peñarol, will join Real Madrid at the beginning of next season, learning life at the Madrid giants with Castilla.

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Aleix Febas

Aleix Febas is "a player with technical skills and the ability to give the final pass", as he himself explains, he is renowned for his work-rate and has been in the national team set-up through the age categories. A Catalan by birth, this blanco promise is highly thought of in the Castilla set-up.

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