It was to carry out the training of the first team, since many players are injured.
Real Madrid technical director Zinedine Zidane decided to promote his son, Theo Zidane, to join the Merengues first team. The coach’s other two sons, Enzo and Luca, have also been part of Madrid’s main squad.
The reason for calling 18-year-old Theo was to carry out first team training, as many players are injured.
Valverde, Hazard, Carvajal, Marcelo, Rodrygo, Sergio Ramos, Militão and Odriozola are some of the players that make up the casualty list.
Theo Zidane, according to the Spanish newspaper Marca, is one of the most interesting prospects in the Real Madrid quarry.
Theo, who has been called up to France’s youth teams, is registered as a midfielder at Juvenil A.
The official website of Real Madrid describes the young Frenchman as a player who “always tries to surprise with spectacular action, defines perfectly in front of the goalkeeper and possesses a varied repertoire of movements in the area.”
Meanwhile, Real Madrid resumed preparation for their next La Liga match on Saturday in Valladolid in a session in which Sergio Ramos, Eden Hazard, Fede Valverde, Dani Carvajal, Marcelo and Rodrygo worked inside the Valdebebas facilities.
Álvaro Odriozola and Eder Militao also exercised inside the enclosure, but both combined this activity with work on the grass, where Zinedine prepared exercises for possession, pressure and ball delivery and tactics later, according to the club.
The session, in which the goalkeepers did specific activities, concluded with a match in confined spaces and the players are summoned again tomorrow from 11.00 am at the Valdebebas Sports City.
👀 Theo, Zidane’s third son, appears at Real Madrid’s first team https://t.co/7RhleY3MUD
– BRAND (@marca) February 17, 2021
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