Atlético works in the future and he has shielded the most important players in his quarry before giving them to other teams. yescamel erg was the last one, but the same protocol was followed before with Rodrigo Riquelme, Borja Garces y Manu Sánchezwhich is counted for the near future of the first team. Vitolowho has gone on loan to Las Palmas, is the other side of the coin.
Manu Sánchez, Rodrigo Riquelme and Sergio Camello, especially the first two, They are called to be very soon players for all purposes of the first team. Their learning period will end at the end of this season, in which all of them will play in the First Division. Manu will start his third year in Osasuna, Riquelme has chosen Girona and Camello is going to Rayo Vallecano. They will return with 22, 23 and 22 years respectively after a whole league of experience in the First Division.
As for Borja Garces, Atlético continues to believe that it is going to explode. The striker, who in his presentation with the first team scored a great goal against Eibar, has had to suffer a very serious injury and various off-sports problems that affected his performance, but At only 22 years old, his conditions are extraordinary. Tenerife will be his new destination, but before that he has renewed as a rojiblanco.
Giuliano Simeone y Victor Mollejoboth on loan to Zaragoza, complete the list of homegrown players who have gone out on loan to First or Second teams. A lot of attention to the little one from the Cholo sagawho has phenomenal qualities as he has already amply demonstrated in the subsidiary.
Without belonging to the quarry, but with an equally splendid future at 22 years old, Samuel Lino will debut in Spain with Valencia, but Simeone He awaits you from June 2023 with open arms because he was dazzled in preseason. His problem has been not only being from outside the community, but occupy the same position as Carrasco and… Cristiano Ronaldo, but there are high hopes pinned on him.
The list is completed by Vitolo, who incomprehensibly renewed Atlético before transferring it to Getafe last season. The Canarian will still have one more year left on his contract when he returns from Las Palmas, with whom he will play this coming season, but it is clear that he will no longer wear the red and white shirt. His stage in the first team is already behind.