Take, La Masia's great pride, returns today as a Real Madrid player

Kubo had to leave La Masia for the sanction of FIFA. At the age of 18, he was able to return to Barça, but a commission problem led him away from the return and he signed Madrid


If this game is special for any player in Mallorca, that is Takefusa Kubo. The Japanese was for four years the spoiled child of La Masia. Because of his sympathy, ability to excel and quality, Take, now known as Kubo, was the kid that all of the culé base football technicians gave as an example of what the perfect squad had to be and for which more than half of the football coaches would have played the salary in favor of the first team.

But the FIFA sanction was crossed and Take had to leave La Masia in tears and return to Japan. At the age of 18, he was able to return to Barça, but a commission problem led him away from his return and he signed Madrid. Today he will step on the Camp Nou with the Mallorca shirt, a circumstance that for his coach will mean "being very excited". "Surely those years were fantastic and he should be excited to play in the field of the first team, although he is always very motivated and eager" .



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