Has Real Youngster Los Blancos' First Signing Revealed?
Real Madrid Youngster Talks Up Unconfirmed Signing
One of Real Madrid's youngsters appears to have revealed the club's first signing for next season before the transfer has been officially announced.
Los Blancos have been linked with a host of names of late, with Spanish football expert Guillem Balague claiming that club president Florentino Perez wants to make two "Galactico" signings in the next window.
Other rumours suggest that the Spanish giants want Atletico Madrid left back Theo Hernandez, who is currently on loan at Alaves.
Real have reportedly activated Hernandez's buyout clause, and Los Blancos youngster Marcos Llorente, who has also spent the campaign out on loan at Alaves, has already talked up the move despite there being no official announcement from either club.
"I am very confident that Hernandez will be very happy and that he will triumph at Real Madrid," the youngster said, as quoted by Marca.
Speculation has it that Hernandez's transfer will only be made official after the Copa del Rey final, in which Alaves will face FC Barcelona.
Llorente is set to return to the Santiago Bernabeu once the current campaign is over, and will apparently be given a chance with the first team by Zinedine Zidane next season after impressing at Alaves.
"I have not said anything about my future yet but it's clear that my dream is to play for Real Madrid," Llorente added.
"Right now, I'm just thinking about the Copa del Rey final. It may be that, from now on, my games against Barcelona are more special."
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