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Federico Valverde impresses, Marcelo struggles again as Madrid draw with Leganes

Marcelo's season to forget continued against Leganes, the Brazilian again failing to convince.

Real Madrid's slow and tortuous end to 2018-19 continued with a very underwhelming 1-1 La Liga draw at near neighbours Leganes on Monday evening.

Positives

Just six games left now in 2018-19, and then the "changes" that coach Zinedine Zidane keeps talking about can start to actually take place. While this is not how Madrid had hoped to be starting a Champions League quarter-final week, 1-1 is not such a bad result, considering Leganes had beaten Barcelona and drawn with Atletico Madrid at their...

Youngsters Vinicius Junior, Federico Valverde shine as Real Madrid bounce back in Copa del Rey

A 3-0 Copa del Rey last-16 first leg victory over Leganes at the Bernabeu sees Real Madrid move close to the quarterfinals, and should -- for now -- ease some of the speculation around coach Santi Solari's long-term future.

Positives

Madrid played pretty well once they went ahead thanks to Sergio Ramos' penalty just before the break.

With confidence flowing in the second half, Vinicius Junior's superb 12-yard volley was the cherry on top, and another sign that the young Brazilian is getting very...

Real Madrid's young signings: hit and miss beyond Marco Asensio

Last Sunday marked exactly four years since Real Madrid last presented a big galactico signing -- the arrival of James Rodriguez for €80 million after the 2014 World Cup -- with the La Liga giants' transfer policy having since changed dramatically.

After long-term targets Neymar and Kylian Mbappe recently committed their futures to Paris Saint-Germain, friendly local media reports have been talking again about Madrid's intelligent focus on snapping up the best international young talent given...

Deportivo hoping to keep Real Madrid youngster Fede Valverde

Deportivo la Coruna are hoping they will convince Real Madrid to let them keep exciting promising midfielder Fede Valverde for another season after the Galician club were relegated from La Liga.

The 19-year-old, who is training with Uruguay ahead of next month's World Cup, spent the 2017-18 campaign on loan at Deportivo.

Contracted to Madrid until June 2021, Valverde last month declared his wish to remain at Depor beyond this summer, even if it meant playing in the Segunda Division.

Deportivo...

Vinicius Junior, Carles Alena could star for Madrid, Barca in El Clasico 2020

All eyes may be on Saturday's Clasico at the Bernabeu, but we've looked ahead to see who could be the stars of the future for Real Madrid and Barcelona.

With both clubs boasting an enormous pool of young talent, these are the players who could make names for themselves in the first team by Clasico 2020.

Vinicius Junior, 17, has the potential to be Madrid's next superstar.

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Vinicius Junior

Junior hasn't even arrived in Madrid yet, but big things are expected of the 17-year-old who made headlines around the world when his £38 million move to the Spanish...

Federico Valverde hopes to stay at Deportivo La Coruna from Real Madrid

Real Madrid midfielder Federico Valverde wants to extend his stay at Deportivo La Coruna after his loan spell finishes at the end of the season.

The Uruguay international joined Depor on a season-long loan deal in June, with the club not holding an option to buy him.

Valverde, in his first La Liga campaign, has made six league appearances for Depor, including four starts.

 "The step I've taken to come to Depor is a big one," the 19-year-old told La Voz de Galicia. "This is no ordinary...