Madrid offers a million for the pearl Adalberto Carrasquilla

Absolute international with Panama, he is 21 years old and plays as a midfielder. It would reinforce Raúl's Real Madrid Castilla from Cartagena.


Adalberto Carrasquilla (Panama, 21 years old) may become the next Real Madrid Castilla reinforcement. As the journalist Ángel García announced, the club has already made an offer of one million euros to acquire the services of the Panamanian jewel. He is currently a member of the Second Division Cartagena, with which he is a key player, having been a starter in the first two games of the season and at the helm to achieve promotion to the silver category.

He is only 21 years old, but he is already international with the national team of his country. There he is an idol, having worn the bracelet of the lower categories until he made the final leap to the absolute, with which he has already played eight games and scored a goal. He is a midfielder, short (1.70m), right-handed and with an exquisite touch of the ball. In addition, he is known for being a robust player on the court and without complexes to seek goal.

He signed for Cartagena last winter market after having played a season on loan from Tauro, a Panamanian team. That was his leap into European football, where he is growing and proving to be one of the rough diamonds on the current scene. He has no shortage of girlfriends, but Madrid is the one who leads the race for their services, having raised the bid to one million euros.

An ambitious Castilla

His signing would be a golden reinforcement for the subsidiary, which this year has the always difficult mission of returning to the Second Division. If the operation closes, Carrasquilla would join the brilliant generation of Antonio Blanco, Miguel Gutiérrez, Chust, Marvin or Arribas, filling in an increasingly robust squad led by Raúl González Blanco. The market closes on October 5 and La Fábrica has its eye on the 18 Panamanian. His signing would mean a huge qualitative leap.

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