Real Madrid’s latest signing reveals his strategy and hits Atlético de Madrid and Levante | Relief

Real Madrid’s latest signing reveals his strategy and hits Atlético de Madrid and Levante | Relief
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The Real Madrid women’s first team will be remembered for the number of Spanish footballers that formed it. The Madrid club – in addition to a first year in which it competed under the name of CD TACON – landed in the elite of national women’s football with a squad full of Spanish players: 22. The Nahikaris, the Atheneas, the Misas, the Teresas Abelleiras , the Olgas Carmonas or the Maites Oroces landed in Valdebebas with the poster of young stars. The world of women’s football described the white club’s commitment to Spanish talent.

This season, Real Madrid returns to its origins. Their latest signing, that of Alba Redondo, in addition to reinforcing that policy, shows a new variant. The latest movements in the market by Begoña Sanz and company reveal the strategy of the Madrid team. If the future incorporations – advanced by Relevo – of Sheila García, Eva Navarro and María Méndez meant a direct shot to the heart of Atlético de Madrid and Levante, the signing of Alba Redondo adds salt to the wound.

With Barça free to play in League F, Real Madrid, Atleti and Levante have become the alternatives (with the permission of Real Sociedad, Athletic Club and Madrid CFF). Both the Madridistas, the Red and Whites and the Granotas are fighting to get a place in the Champions League. And with Athenea and company establishing themselves in second position in the last two seasons, The Madrid club identifies Levante and Atleti as its greatest threats.

Real Madrid, the ideal destination or the only option?

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The results indicate this. This season, Levante and Real Madrid have faced each other twice: a victory for each one. In the case of Atlético de Madrid, Alberto Toril’s side – waiting for the clash on May 11 – have not yet beaten them. A draw in the league and elimination in the quarterfinals of the Queen’s Cup. In addition to last year’s cup final, in which Atleti defeated Real Madrid – which it deprived of the first title in its history – in an epic match.

And that condition that the white team gives them – also the results – is what shapes Madrid’s transfer policy and establishes its objective: to weaken them. In the first match, Real Madrid took Sheila García and Eva Navarro from Atleti. On a day in which the departure of Leicy Santos was also announced – unofficially. The white team snatched two of its most outstanding players from the rojiblanco. Furthermore, they killed two birds with one stone and aimed at the other enemy, the Levante. María Méndez, one of the Granota flagships, also took the AVE to Madrid. In the second match, she ended up finishing off Levante, taking their top scorer and world champion: Alba Redondo.

The strategy comes from afar. However, in recent months he seems to have gained more strength. Kenti Robles, the Mexican, has already left Atlético de Madrid for Real Madrid, for example. The relationship with Levante is even more significant: Rocío Gálvez, Ivana Andrés, Claudia Zornoza, Sandie Toletti and Esther changed Valencia for Madrid.

And the way the market is, Real Madrid has become the ideal destination for female footballers who are looking to take another leap in their career, but who (for the moment) do not want to leave our country. And Eva Navarro, María Méndez and Alba Redondo have been among them, with offers – more ambitious – outside our borders. In the ideal destination or in the only option. Question of perspective. With Barça many steps above the rest, Real Madrid -currently- It is the immediate national option for the culés.

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