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Real Madrid's infirmary does not stop receiving players and it is impossible for it to remain empty in these first stages of the season. The last one was Fede Valverde, who was affected by FIFA dates.
Fede Valverde, Real Madrid's Uruguayan midfielder, showed his hopes of continuing next season by saying he has "many prospects" of staying after receiving Zinedine Zidane's confidence, who has reportedly told him that "he likes the kind of player" he is.
Real Madrid's coach, Zinedine Zidane, had time to talk about several of his players after the 0-0 draw against Getafe. The Frenchman was asked about Isco Alarcón, Karim Benzema and Fede Valverde. This is what he said...
Real Madrid's official website has demonstrated Julen Lopetegui's intention to involve Fede Valverde and Sergio Reguilon in his first-team plans this season by adding them to the first-team squad page. The midfielder will wear number 15, whilst left-back Reguilon will take Borja Mayoral's number 23 shirt.
Uruguay manager Oscar Tabarez has named his final 23-man squad for the upcoming World Cup in Russia, with a couple of experienced campaigners surprisingly omitted.
Every year, FIFA releases a list of 11 young stars who have displayed their enormous potential over the course of the calendar year, with this year's list as follows: Dominic Solanke, Fede Valverde, Josh Sargent, Jean-Kévin Augustin, Lewis Cook, Leon Goretzka, Hirving Lozano, Philip Foden, Rhian Brewster, Jann-Fiete Arp and Jadon Sancho.