Real Madrid Spot Valencia Youngster

Real Madrid Spot Valencia Youngster


The transfer market is closed until Winter but there are several players who have raised some interested in Real Madrid. One of them is Rafa Mir, a young striker playing currently at Valencia whose contract ends next season.

According to the Spanish newspaper As, Real Madrid already tried to sign the youngster this summer but Valencia said ‘no’. Besides, Los Blancos have still to know the answer from FIFA about the underage footballers. If Real Madrid can finally sign some players next season, the club will try to get Rafa Mir.

The player made his debut with Valencia in 2015 in a Champions League game against Zenit St Petersburg with Nuno on the bench. Now he’s focused in the second team of Valencia but sometimes he plays with the first squad. For instance, he enjoyed some minutes in the first two games in La Liga with Valencia, against Las Palmas and Eibar. In both games, Valencia couldn’t beat their opponents and the coach, Pako Ayestarán, trusted the youngster to score a decisive goal.

Rafa Mir is only 19 years old and he has plenty of time to improve his performance. Real Madrid board thinks that he could be a good signing for Castilla -the second team- and if he does right, he could enjoy some minutes with the first team, just like Mariano Díaz is doing.

Real Madrid are following the youngster all around the world. For instance, this week they spotted a Brazilian young talent from Vasco de Gama called Evander Ferreira. Two years ago, they also signed Marco Asensio from Mallorca and now he has become one of the best Spanish player of the moment. However, Real Madrid have already signed another youngster to cover the attack line of Castilla. The Paraguayan Sergio Díaz joined the club in summer and he already scoring some goals for the team.