As revealed by Marca newspaper, one of the reasons for Thomas Gravesen to join Real Madrid is good at throw-in, although in the Royal team shirt color, rarely the Danish midfielder is thrown.
Joining the ‘Galaxy’ Real Madrid thanks to good throw and unexpected end
In the 2004/05 season, the first Galacticos era of the Florentino Perez dynasty, after Jose Antonio Camacho resigned and Garcia Remon was fired, Wanderlei Luxemburgo took over the Real Madrid coach seat at Christmas. The squad was in good shape but the rookies didn’t meet expectations. Injured Jonathan Woodgate, Michael Owen and Walter Samuel failed to claim the starting kick.
In January 2005, Real made an attempt to recruit Everton’s Thomas Gravesen, with the Danish midfielder increasing the quality of the midfield. At that time, after silly selling Makelele, the line between the Royal team no longer had a specialist in recovering the ball. Zidane, Guti, Beckham, Solari and Celades are all players in favor of holding the ball and organizing attacks.
Real sent a scout to England to watch Gravesen play for Everton because the player is a specialist in the English Premier League. However, the Royal team has more attractive recruitment options, so the Gravesen deal is still left open. However, all options quickly came to a dead end on the negotiating table and the Eastern market time was narrow, so Gravesen became the brightest candidate.
And when the deal really began to be considered, Real again had to recruit scouts back to England to see the Gravesen rolls. Information from scouts sent to Gravesen record is a player who moves relentlessly and is full of strength. But, most interestingly, the scout highlighted the Danish midfielder’s ability to throw in.
According to the description, Gravesen can throw the ball into the box from throw-in situations to endanger the opponent’s goal and often lead to corner kicks. Eventually, Real Madrid decided to recruit Gravesen on January 15, 2005 with a transfer fee of 3.5 million euros. The midfielder played for Real in 18 months, played 50 matches but rarely … throw in because this responsibility had Roberto Carlos done.
5 Real Madrid stars can switch to the Premier League next season
In recent years, many disgraced Real Madrid stars have chosen the English Premier as a place to stay as Wesley Sneijder, Arjen Robben, Angel Di Maria, Mesut Oezil. Most likely the season to No. 1 playground fog will continue to welcome a few players from the Royal Spanish team.
Militao moved to the Bernabeu at the 2019 Summer Transfer from Porto for a fee of up to 50 million euros. The 22-year-old Brazilian is expected to succeed captain Sergio Ramos at the heart of the Real defense. However, with Ramos still playing very impressively, the opportunity for Militao is not much. According to statistics, Militao has only 13 matches started from the beginning of the season and the majority of them are defeats of Los Blancos.
Sources close to Real said the BLD team was not convinced with Militao’s performance and would consider selling him during the summer transfer window. If this happens, some Premier League teams will probably be interested. Although the performance was not really good, Militao was a defender with great potential.
The Colombian was the star of the 2014 World Cup and that is why Real Madrid paid up to £ 63 million to sign him from Monaco. Rodriguez impressed during his first season at the Bernabeu, but then gradually lost his position under Zinedine Zidane.
A two-season loan deal at Bayern Munich didn’t end when the Bavarians decided not to buy and Rodriguez had to return to Madrid. To this day, things are still getting blurry when James hasn’t been in La Liga since September 2019. Now 28 years old and with just over a year left on his contract, the former Monaco player could be liquidated this summer. Arsenal is said to be interested in him.
The future of the Welsh star at the Bernabeu has been uncertain for nearly two years. However, he remains in the Spanish capital even without the trust of Zidane. Bale has only made 13 appearances from the start in all competitions this season and many sources believe that the leadership team has run out of patience with him.
The 30-year-old winger’s current deal extends to 2022, and his £ 350,000-a-week salary could be a barrier that makes Bale difficult to choose a new team. However, a loan agreement with a portion of Real’s salary support may interest some Premier League teams.
After impressing at Lyon in 2017/18, Mariano was activated by the Real Madrid terms of acquisition in hopes of filling the void of Cristiano Ronaldo, who moved to Juventus. The mature player from the Real Castilla training furnace was even given to the Portuguese superstar No. 7 shirt.
However, injuries and limitations in talent made Mariano Diaz not receive the trust of coach Zidane. That is the reason why this player only had 3 appearances in La Liga last season. This season Mariano Diaz has not even started and has only a few minutes to come on from the bench in the recent El Clasico match and scored the winning goal. With Real frantically hunting for strikers, Diaz’s chances at the Bernabeu are almost gone and he will probably choose to leave. The Premier League could be the destination for a player who scored 21 goals in just 48 games for Lyon.
The Serbian striker was flirted by some of Europe’s top clubs last summer after an excellent campaign with Eintracht Frankfurt. However, with a transfer fee of 53 million pounds, Real overcame them all to bring Jovic to the Bernabeu field to reinforce the attacking front.
But similar to Mariano, the 22-year-old failed to convince Zidane and he only started four matches in La Liga. Earlier this month, Jovic was caught arbitrarily fleeing from the quarantine epidemic in his homeland of Serbia after flying back from Spain. Incorrect behaviors both in training as well as off the pitch can cause this player to sell out of the Bernabeu, with Chelsea and Arsenal all very interested.
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