Madrid have reportedly completed and confirmed the signing of the Spanish defensive prodigy Mario Rivas, who is set to join the club’s Cadete B side.
According to Spanish journalist, Javi R Verde, Madrid have successfully secured the services of Mario Rivas, who was the captain of Getafe’s Infantil A side and he's meant to join Real Madrid’s Cadete B side, being their fourth reinforcement this summer after Dani Martin, Jose Arevalo and Ferran Seco.
Rivas is a versatile young defender, who primarily plays as a centre-back.The Spanish defensive prodigy has been one of the brightest young prospects at Getafe upto date. His recent progress and great performance in recent times seems to have attracted Madrid's to signing him.
It's clear that, Madrid are going against their usual Galactico policy of signing an exceptionally skilled footballer and instead they're aiming to sign the youngsters who would elope into their senior team in the fourth coming years.
Meanwhile, Real Madrid are also competing with Barcelona to sign Villarreal’s progidy, Enrique Herro who is deployed as center-forward. Other youngsters who have worked hand in hand to help Madrid are the likes of;Rodrygo and Vinicius amongst others.
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