Getafe LWB Marc Cucurella
Getafe look set to finish in La Liga’s top five thanks to a rugged defense and physical midfield. Marc Cucurella embodies this physicality as a left midfielder, but he plays most like a left wing back.
Cucurella is a nuisance to deal with. He has averaged 1.5 key passes per game and drawn nearly two fouls per game for Getafe this season, according to WhoScored.com. His four assists are impressive, especially when looking at them in the context of his 2.3 tackles per game.
Valencia RW Ferran Torres
Another tremendous young right winger for a traditionally strong La Liga club, Ferran Torres tends to have his best performances in the biggest games. Hence why Real Madrid fans are familiar with Torres having big matches against them, including in their 1-1 draw at the Mestalla in December.
Advanced for his age with great instincts and technical quality, Torres is a future superstar. He scored four goals with four assists last season and is a much more promising player than Maxi Gomez, who was highly touted before joining Valencia in the summer of 2019.
Real Madrid have had their eyes on Torres for more than a year, and they should strongly considering signing him. He could be a piece of the puzzle at right winger.