Real Madrid has shown a good performance this season. Los Blancos are able to sit at the top of the La Liga standings.
Real Madrid have a lot of quality players to compete for the title this season. Call it Toni Kroos, Luka Modric, Karim Benzema, to Marcelo.
However, these players are over the age of 30. Therefore, squad regeneration is one of the things that Real Madrid really pays attention to.
Fortunately, Real Madrid currently has many talented young players in its squad. These players are predicted to become big stars in the future.
Here are five young players who have the potential to become future stars at Real Madrid.
However, Militao did not immediately become a mainstay in the Los Blancos defense sector.
The departures of Raphael Varane and Sergio Ramos last summer were a blessing for Militao. The Brazilian player is now appearing regularly in Carlo Ancelotti’s Los Blancos back line.
So far this season, Militao has performed well with David Alaba at the heart of defence. He has played 24 games in all competitions with one assist.
Federico Valverde joined the Real Madrid senior team in 2018. So far the Uruguayan midfielder has made regular appearances in the Real Madrid core squad.
Valverde is able to compete with senior midfielders such as Toni Kroos, Luka Modric and Casemiro in the Real Madrid midfield. He showed consistent performance when trusted to appear.
Valverde has played 121 matches with 5 goals and 7 assists. Valverde will continue to develop and can replace Kroos or Modric one day.
Rodrygo was redeemed by Real Madrid from Santos on June 15 2018, with a transfer value of 45 million euros. Even so, Rodrygo only officially joined El Real in the summer of 2019.
With Real Madrid, the 20-year-old footballer appeared impressive. Although not always the first choice, Rodrygo was able to contribute goals and assists for his team.
So far Rodrygo has managed to gain 11 goals and 14 assists from the 79 matches he has played with Los Blancos. As playing time increases, Rodrygo will continue to develop.
Real Madrid managed to get Eduardo Camavinga ahead of the close of the transfer market last summer. The French midfielder was brought in from Rennes for a fee that reached 31 million euros.
In his debut match against Celta Vigo, Camavinga immediately scored his first goal for Real Madrid. He has so far scored one goal and one assist in 23 appearances for Los Blancos.
Camavinga is still often playing from the bench. However, the 19-year-old could become a key player in El Real’s midfield in the years to come.
Vinicius Junior is now a mainstay in Real Madrid’s attack. The 21-year-old has shown a very impressive performance this season.
Vinicius looks increasingly sloppy under Carlo Ancelotti. His duet with Karim Benzema made the Los Blancos front line quite dangerous in La Liga.
The Brazilian winger has scored 12 goals and 9 assists from 25 matches this season. He will become a new star at the Santiago Bernabeu after the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo.