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Real Madrid: Solari's loan army

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Achraf Hakimi (Borussia Dortmund)

The Morocco international right back is currently enjoying a good run of form with the Bundesliga leaders, where he is on a two-year loan deal.

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Achraf Hakimi (Borussia Dortmund)

The Morocco international right back is currently enjoying a good run of form with the Bundesliga leaders, where he is on a two-year loan deal.

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Mateo Kovacic (Chelsea)

The Croatia midfielder left in search of minutes and has become a regular under Maurizio Sarri alongside Jorginho and N'Golo Kanté.

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Mateo Kovacic (Chelsea)

The Croatia midfielder left in search of minutes and has become a regular under Maurizio Sarri alongside Jorginho and N'Golo Kanté.

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Theo Hernández (Real Sociedad)

After a disappointing debut season at the Bernabéu the full back was loaned again and has become a regular at La Real under Asier Garitano.

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Theo Hernández (Real Sociedad)

After a disappointing debut season at the Bernabéu the full back was loaned again and has become a regular at La Real under Asier Garitano.

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Borja Mayoral (Levante)

The striker, who found playing time hard to come by under Zinedine Zidane, has been gradually finding his place in Paco López's plans, although often from the left wing rather than through the middle.

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Borja Mayoral (Levante)

The striker, who found playing time hard to come by under Zinedine Zidane, has been gradually finding his place in Paco López's plans, although often from the left wing rather than through the middle.

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Martin Odegaard (Vitesse Arnhem)

Having failed to find a place at the Bernabéu, the Norway international has been in eye-catching form for Vitesse Arnhem, scoring in the cup and a fine league goal against Utrecht. Odegaard is under contract with Real Madrid until 2021.

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Martin Odegaard (Vitesse Arnhem)

Having failed to find a place at the Bernabéu, the Norway international has been in eye-catching form for Vitesse Arnhem, scoring in the cup and a fine league goal against Utrecht. Odegaard is under contract with Real Madrid until 2021.

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Andriy Lunin (Leganés)

The 19-year-old, who has two caps for Ukraine, has been an understudy to Carlos Cuéllar at Leganés, but an injury to the starting keeper has handed him an opportunity to impress.

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Andriy Lunin (Leganés)

The 19-year-old, who has two caps for Ukraine, has been an understudy to Carlos Cuéllar at Leganés, but an injury to the starting keeper has handed him an opportunity to impress.

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Raúl de Tomás (Rayo Vallecano)

De Tomás rattled in 24 goals for Rayo last season as the Madrid side were promoted to Primera but did not feature in the plans of Julen Lopetegui and returned to Vallecas, where he has scored four in 10 games in this season.

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Raúl de Tomas (Rayo Vallecano)

De Tomás rattled in 24 goals for Rayo last season as the Madrid side were promoted to Primera but did not feature in the plans of Julen Lopetegui and returned to Vallecas, where he has scored four in 10 games in this season.

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Lucas Silva (Cruzeiro)

Lucas Silva remains a Madrid player and is under contract until the end of the season despite returning to his former club Cruzeiro on loan in January 2017 after a spell at Marseille. Madrid signed him for 14 million euros in 2015 but Silva made just eigh

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Lucas Silva (Cruzeiro)

Lucas Silva remains a Madrid player and is under contract until the end of the season despite returning to his former club Cruzeiro on loan in January 2017 after a spell at Marseille. Madrid signed him for 14 million euros in 2015 but Silva made just eigh

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Rodrygo Goes (Santos)

The 17-year-old Brazilian star has seven goals and three assists this season and is due to join Madrid next summer, although there has been speculation he could arrive in January. The Bernabéu forked out 45 million euros to sign him last summer.

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Rodrygo Goes (Santos)

The 17-year-old Brazilian star has seven goals and three assists this season and is due to join Madrid next summer, although there has been speculation he could arrive in January. The Bernabéu forked out 45 million euros to sign him last summer.

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