The arrival of Rodrigo Moreno At Atlético de Madrid will be official as soon as Milan and the rojiblanco team reach an agreement for Correa. When the operation is closed, the current squad led by Cholo Simeone will have five Real Madrid squads (and six players with a white past if we count Saul).
These are the players who left the Factory that this season are at Atlético:
Adam: He debuted in the first team in 2011 and left in 2013. He played 18 games and conceded 15 goals. He she left free to Cagliari. He returned to Spain where he triumphed with Betis and last year signed for Atlético.
Mario Hermoso: At age 11 he entered the lower categories of Real Madrid. He went up the team year after year until he left on loan to Valladolid, return to Castilla and succeed in the Spanish, which paid 12 M euros for him. Atlético has disbursed 25 million for him.
Marcos Llorente: Another that has been since cadet with Real Madrid. After passing through Alavés he returned to Real Madrid where he lived his best moments with Solari on the bench (he was the MVP of the Club World Cup final). With the return of Zidane he was left without a hole and went to Atlético de Madrid for 30 million
Morata: He started at Atlético, ran out of hole and went to Getafe. In the team of the south of Madrid it only lasted one year since it was signed by the Factory. It shone in the second unit of Zidane after Real Madrid took it from the Juventusbut went to Chelsea in search of minutes, for 80 million In the past winter market he returned to Atlético which will pay around 60 million between assignment and purchase to the London team.
Rodrigo: Today he has trained on the sidelines in Paterna and his signing for Atlético is a matter of liquidity (the sale of Correa to Milan is key in the operation). He arrived from Celta in 2009 with 18 years and age to play in Castilla. He was a year at the subsidiary and left for 6 millions to Benfica. He passed through Bolton and ended up in Mestalla. The team that will leave in exchange for 60 million
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