The Real Madrid youth players that made almost 300 million euros for the club

Since 2017, Real Madrid have made €270 million from youth academy transfers, a sum that can continue to grow this summer.

Real Madrid's president, Florentino Perez.
Real Madrid's president, Florentino Perez.

Real Madrid enjoys good economic health. As proof of this, the ‘Blancos’ have been able to close this summer one of the most expensive signings of the market with the signing of Aurelien Tchouameni for 80 million euros.

One of the legs of this economic health of the merengue club is based on the money it has earned from transfers in recent years and Florentino Pérez and his board of directors have found an economic vein with the sale of its youth players.

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The most lucrative transfer was that of Álvaro Morata, which closed at around 66 million euros to Chelsea in 2017. The Madrid-born player did not settle in the Premier League and ended up at Atletico Madrid and then on loan at Juventus. Like Morata, Marcos Llorente turned from ‘Merengue’ promise to rival when he was transferred to Atletico Madrid for 30 million euros.

Meanwhile, Achraf Hakimi follows Morata atop the list after leaving for Inter for €34 million. The Moroccan was established in Italy as one of the best fullbacks in Europe and only a year later moved to PSG for €66 million. Although he was sold for a good price, he is probably the player Real Madrid has missed the most in sporting terms.

The latest lucrative deal was the sale of Borja Mayoral. The striker has left Real Madrid for 10 million euros to join Getafe. The ‘Azulón’ club had his services on loan and bought him after a good spell, he also spent time with Wolfsburg, Levante and Roma.

Premier League stars from Real Madrid

In 2020, Sergio Reguilón became a major attraction of the market after his great performance on loan at Sevilla with whom he won the Europa League and Tottenham paid 30 million to acquire his services. Martin Odegaard, on the other hand, failed to make it in the first team, and after two loan spells at Real Sociedad and Arsenal, the Gunners paid €35 million to sign him.

Wilian Estrella

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