Ranking the Real Madrid players on loan so far this season

Real Madrid loanee Takefusa Kubo (Photo by Diego Souto/Quality Sport Images/Getty Images)
Real Madrid loanee Takefusa Kubo (Photo by Diego Souto/Quality Sport Images/Getty Images) /
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Dortmund, Reinier (Photo by Octavio Passos/Getty Images)
Dortmund, Reinier (Photo by Octavio Passos/Getty Images) /

Real Madrid possesses an abundance of talent in its roaster. Every season, youngsters who cannot find a place in the 25-member strong squad are sent on loan to showcase their mettle and get continuity. 2021-22 season saw eight players from the first team sent on loan to various teams across Europe of which six players are playing first division football.

Here we rank all the Real Madrid loanees who are playing first division football based on their performances so far this season.

6. Reinier Jesus (Borussia Dortmund)

Reiner’s spell at Dortmund has been nothing short of a disaster for all parties involved. The player has hardly gotten any minutes. Real Madrid who had splashed 30 million Euros to acquire the Brazilian wonder kid from Flamengo have been left mulling their hands at a disastrous spell.

He has featured in just 21 games with a majority of the appearances off the bench in the loan spell spanning two years. He has not found any solace under new Dortmund manager Marco Rose despite the team undergoing a dismal campaign. Real Madrid must be prudent in choosing the next loan destination for the attacking midfielder or consider selling him since we have no sample size to judge whether he can perform at the highest level.

Victor Chust
Real Madrid loanee Victor Chust (Photo by Mateo Villalba/Quality Sport Images/Getty Images) /

5. Victor Chust (Cadiz)

Real Madrid academy product is on loan at first division team Cadiz. Lat season Chust was called into action by Zidane during the fag end of the season amidst a plethora of injuries for the first team. He was impressed by the few chances he got. However, it was apparent he would require consistent first-team football to showcase his potential.

He has been good if not spectacular for Cadiz this season. He has amassed close to 1500 minutes having started in all the Copa del ray games. His overall defensive numbers are pretty decent for a player playing in a team at the lower bottom of the table. With Real Madrid keen on selling Jesus Vallejo next summer, Chust could have a chance to stake his claim on the fourth center-back position if he finishes this season strongly with Cadiz.