Real Madrid keeping tabs on Miguel Gutierrez for future

What prevented

Real Madrid have invested in their squad very smartly over the past few years. The club has always brought in a younger replacements for an outgoing player well in advance. This ensures that the youngster gets an opportunity to settle into the club. However, the club has not been able to do this for all positions.

Eder Militao, Vinicius Jr, Fede Valverde, Aurelien Tchouameni, etc. are examples of smart business from Real Madrid. However, in an attempt to replace the legendary Marcelo, the club signed Ferland Mendy from Lyon. The French full-back has not been consistent enough to play regularly and has caused the manager some headaches.

The Los Blancos have sold the academy graduate Miguel Gutierrez to Girona last summer. The full-back struggled to play regularly for the club and needed to move elsewhere. Ever since moving to Girona, the player has amassed more than 1200 playing minutes. He has become an important player for the club. However, Real Madrid has not forgotten about their academic product.

Real Madrid will look to invest in the Left Back role

The club has brought reinforcements at centre-back in recent transfer windows. However, the hierarchy will be focusing on the full-back positions now. With Dani Carvajal also past his prime, the club will look to invest on both flanks.

However, the club has already identified a prospect for the left-back position. The young academy product, Miguel Gutierrez is on the radar for the Los Blancos. Carlo Ancelotti has said that the management looks at the player as a future prospect for the squad.

Looking at the options at Left Back, it seems that the club will invest in the near future. Considering the progress Gutierrez has made at Girona, a return to the Spanish capital can be on the cards. However, the reigning European Champions will not rush the return as they want the fullback to develop properly.

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