It is on the lips of many of those who follow Factory Madridista and on the agenda of all scouts that are around Valdebebas, but the first media ‘push’ has come to Bruno Iglesias (17 years old, Salamanca) thanks to another white ex-entrant, Alvaro Benito, the AS and SER analyst. “Of those who come, The one I see the most coming to the first team and settling down is Bruno Iglesias, he has things about that Kaka that amazed us “, commented the former Real Madrid footballer during the broadcast of the Real Madrid-Getafe in Sports Carousel.
Madrid snatched it from Barça and Atlético and is armored with a professional contract until 2023.
But who and how is Bruno Iglesias?
“With Cheek it looks very good, soon the two of them will be knocking on the door “, Dani Poyatos (former white Youth A technician, currently in the Japanese Tokushima Vortis) warned a few weeks ago in AS. “Bruno is a sensitive boy, good people and very focused on what he wants,” they expand from their inner circle. Soccer qualities are left over. Unrepentant Bargainer and Fader, the same gives pecks from the left wing on foot changed that from the right, but moves with lord from the center.
Madrid has been taking care of what they do with Bruno to the millimeter. It cost to sign him. The white scouts saw him when he played for Santa Marta in Salamanca during a phase of the regional U-12 teams in Palma de Mallorca. Barcelona and Atlético called him insistently but Bruno and his family (his father owns a family meat business) opted for Real Madrid. It was not an easy step. He arrived for Infantil B and was the youngest boy to join the then recently opened last-generation residence for homegrown players from outside Madrid. Since then, it has been going at fast but safe speed. This year, although he is from the generation of 2003 (he will turn 18 next May) and corresponds to Youth B by age, the club wanted to see him against older boys and included in Juvenile A by Jaime Romero. You are not disappointing to the point that the entity recently upgraded you with a professional contract until 2023 to reward his evolution and to have him well tied in Valdebebas.
The pandemic left him without a European Under-17
The side effects of the coronavirus in football also affect the teams in lower categories. Bruno had last summer’s European Under-17 marked on his calendar.
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