In the absence of external reinforcements in attack, the Italy coach puts his core strength where talent is plentiful and Castilla CF’s latest gem is likely to make its debut this weekend.
Tired of waiting for signings for his offensive plan, Carlo Ancelotti decided to act in the face of the passivity of Real Madrid’s sporting directorate. The fourth day comes when the Meringue Set You can’t lower your arms if you want to continue at the top of the table. His rival on duty is an old acquaintance who is playing well at the Santiago Bernabéu that we’re talking about Getafe CF.
Ancelotti has two options in terms of the attacking formation he will use against the Azulones this Saturday. They can continue testing with Vinicius and Rodrygo as a pair of centre-forwards, with Bellingham turned into a midfielder. Or use the Brazilian pair as usual wingers and give Joselu the opportunity. However, there is a third alternative from Castilla CF.
Gonzalo García’s dream Real Madrid debut depends on Ancelotti
His name is Gonzalo García, he’s 19 years old, he plays as a right winger although he seems to be a center forward and is currently Castilla CF’s goalscorer. Team B’s first match of Primera RFEF against Melilla drew 2-2, with that player scoring twice. A sign that the 36 goals scored with Juvenil A last season were no fluke.
With this first rehearsal of the current season, the young attacker has earned himself a chance in the Ancelotti squad. The Italian has called him up for this weekend’s game against Getafe where he will certainly be on the bench and likely to make his La Liga debut with EA Sports. His debut in the first division could be accompanied by goals.
Gonzalo García is said to be Ancelotti’s solution at Real Madrid
With the summer market almost over, there is still talk of Kylian Mbappé’s failed signing (again) in the madridista environment. The French striker has decided to fool Florentino for a third time and has stayed at PSG, where he will most likely continue for many more years. A question that made Ancelotti more methodical than usual.
Faced with Florentino Pérez’s lack of offensive signings, Ancelotti has decided to turn his gaze inwards and recognize Castilla’s talents. Gonzalo García seems to be a more than successful option in attack at the moment with Joselu Mato as the only natural player. Despite being a right winger, his versatility allows him to occupy a variety of attacking positions and he excels at all of them. The 19-year-old could be the new jewel of Real Madrid and, why not, the Spanish national team.
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