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Real Madrid's 40 Champions League 2021/22 squad players

Los Blancos have registered all 25 first-team players along with 15 youth players, including Andri Gudjohnsen, son of former Barcelona player Eidur.

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Andri Gudjohnsen is one of the names to catch the eye in Real Madrid’s squad list of 40 players that have been registered to play in the 2021/22 Champions League. Like all the participating teams, Los Blancos have provided the A list, made up of the 25 players who make up the first team squad (including new signing Camavinga), and the B list, in which they have registered another 15 players from the youth academy.

Champions League

Table PTS W D L
1Inter 0 0 0 0
2Real Madrid 0 0 0 0
3Shakhtar 0 0 0 0
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Inter - Real Madrid X-15/09 21:00
Real Madrid - S. Tiraspol M-28/09 21:00
Shakhtar - Real Madrid M-19/10 21:00
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*Update 3 de septiembre de 2021

Gudjohnsen in Real Madrid UCL squad

The 19-year-old son of former Barcelona player, Eidur Gudjohnsen - who played in the blaugrana colours between 2006 and 2009 - has made the leap to the Castilla side under Raúl for this season after joining Madrid in the summer of 2018. By then, he had already been an international in the youth ranks of his native country, Iceland.

As a young lad, he immediately took to Instagram to announce his arrival. “Very excited and proud to announce that I have signed for Real Madrid! Let it begin," he wrote at the time.

He arrived from Espanyol, where he spent practically all of his youth development, and with him came his younger brother Daniel Tristan Gudjohnsen, who is currently playing for Real Madrid's Cadete A team.

In addition to the 25 first team players, the youth players registered are: goalkeepers Luis López and Toni Fuidias, defenders Miguel Gutiérrez (who played with the first team at times last season and started against Real Betis in matchday three of this campaign), Álvaro Carrillo, Mario Gila, Pablo Ramón and Rafael Marín Zamora; midfielders Arribas, Antonio Blanco, Marvin Park, Carlos Dotor and David González and attackers Latasa, Aranda, as well as the aforementioned Andri Gudjonhsen.