However, a report in Diario AS has explained how Madrid already have their long-term solutions for the position at the club…
The 21-year-old is currently a Spain Under-21 international and starring on loan at Rayo Vallecano this campaign.
He has recovered from multiple bad shoulder injuries and despite loaning him out, Madrid are said to be monitoring his situation closely.
The 19-year-old has been involved in first-team training and pre-season matches with Madrid since the summer of 2019.
The teenager is tipped for a bright future at the club and could become a star.
De la Vibora and Obrador
David de la Víbora (who turned 18 this month) and Rafel Obrador (also 18) are also highly rated amongst Madrid’s youth ranks.
De la Vibora is said to have attracted attention from multiple elite European clubs while Obrador joined Los Blancos after debuting for Real Mallorca in last season’s top flight.