Players who changed the Madrid shirt for Barcelona

Julen Lopetegui

Lopetegui was trained in the Real Sociedad academy and later signed for the white club’s academy. On April 28, 1990 he made his debut with the first team in a league match against Atlético de Madrid. After going through Logroñés, in the 1994-95 season, he was signed by Fútbol Club Barcelona.

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Julen Lopetegui

Lopetegui was trained in the Real Sociedad academy and later signed for the white club’s academy. On April 28, 1990 he made his debut with the first team in a league match against Atlético de Madrid. After going through Logroñés, in the 1994-95 season, he was signed by Fútbol Club Barcelona.

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Robert Prosinecki

He arrived at Real Madrid in the 1991/92 season from Estrella Roja. He was at the white club for three seasons and, after a spell at Real Oviedo, he signed for Barcelona in the 1995/96 season.

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Robert Prosinecki

He arrived at Real Madrid in the 1991/92 season from Estrella Roja. He was at the white club for three seasons and, after a spell at Real Oviedo, he signed for Barcelona in the 1995/96 season.

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Dani Garcia Lara

The Real Madrid youth squad went through Zaragoza and Mallorca before joining Futbol Club Barcelona.

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Dani Garcia Lara

The Real Madrid youth squad went through Zaragoza and Mallorca before joining Futbol Club Barcelona.

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Luis Enrique

His football beginnings began at Sporting de Gijón until at the end of June 1991 his signing for Real Madrid CF was confirmed in exchange for 250 million pesetas. In the summer of 1996 he signed for FC Barcelona.

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Luis Enrique

His football beginnings began at Sporting de Gijón until at the end of June 1991 his signing for Real Madrid CF was confirmed in exchange for 250 million pesetas. In the summer of 1996 he signed for FC Barcelona.

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Alfonso Perez

A footballer trained in the Real Madrid academy, he played four seasons in its first team. In 2000 he was transferred to Barcelona for around €20m.

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Samuel Eto’o

He began his career at Club Deportivo Leganés in Spain and in 1996 he signed for Real Madrid Castilla. In the summer of 2004, after several seasons of extraordinary performance at Mallorca, he arrived at Fútbol Club Barcelona.

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Samuel Eto’o

He began his career at Club Deportivo Leganés in Spain and in 1996 he signed for Real Madrid Castilla. In the summer of 2004, after several seasons of extraordinary performance at Mallorca, he arrived at Fútbol Club Barcelona.

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Alex Vidal

Aleix Vidal went through the Real Madrid academy, as a child he was a white fan and had Zinedine Zidane as his idol. After passing through several clubs, he arrived at Barcelona in the 2015/16 season.

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lucien müller

From 1962 to 1965 he defended the white shirt but after his career as a white he signed for Barcelona where he spent three years.

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Chus Pereda

He played for Real Madrid in the 1957-58 season, winning the League and the European Cup and playing in the final of the Generalissimo Cup against Atlético de Bilbao. In 1961 he was linked to the Barcelona Football Club, in which he played for eight seasons.

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lorenzo amador

In the 1974/75 season he moved to the lower categories of Real Madrid. He played for Castilla CF, and in the 1976/77 season he joined the Madrid first team as third goalkeeper. In 1980 he signed for the Blaugrana team.

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Hilario Juan Marrero

Player of the thirties. From 31 to 36 he wore the white shirt and in 39/40, after passing through Valencia, he signed for Barcelona.

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Mark Alonso

Last player who first wore the Real Madrid shirt and then that of Fútbol Club Barcelona, ​​after confirming his transfer from Chelsea.

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Mark Alonso

Last player who first wore the Real Madrid shirt and then that of Fútbol Club Barcelona, ​​after confirming his transfer from Chelsea.

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Updated October 16, 2022 13:02 CEST

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