Here is Real Madrid’s current plan for Takefusa Kubo

Real Madrid, Takefusa Kubo (Photo by VI Images via Getty Images)
Real Madrid, Takefusa Kubo (Photo by VI Images via Getty Images) /

Real Madrid has a history of signing and attracting promising young talents from around the world and developing them into some of the best football players who either make it at Real, which is a rare occurrence, or are sold to other clubs in Europe’s top-flight where they continue to demonstrate their competence and quality of education.

Takefusa Kubo, a Japanese prodigy who previously played for FC Barcelona, was one such talent that sparked the club’s interest. After successful periods at Yokohama FC and the Catalan club (where he was branded “The Japanese Messi”), Real Madrid were enticed to go all-in for him and bring him to the Bernabeu. Sounds like a successful dream move, right? Dream move, yes. Successful, not yet.

Since his arrival in the Spanish capital, the youngster has been on loan at Getafe, Villareal, and now Mallorca, where he’s been on and off the chart. Los Blancos spent 2 million euros for him but reaped no gain from the money. So the big question is, when will Kubo return to Real Madrid?

According to an ABC Deportes report, the club is planning a massive restructuring and would be ready to build another batch of ‘Galacticos’ soon, but that does not rule out Real’s perpetual interest in youthful prospects. They will continue to seek out young talent and give them a chance at Real Madrid, and thanks to this policy, “they continue to see Kubo in white sooner rather than later.”

Real Madrid want to send Takefusa Kubo on a bigger loan

Real Madrid reportedly intends to send the teenager on another loan, but this time to a better team. They intend to invest another year in his development with a team that competes in European competitions such as the Champions League or the Europa League. By then, they’d be hoping for Vinicius’ passport to arrive so they could invite Kubo to the Bernabeu.

The club is worried about is the quota for foreign players who may be accommodated by a European team. At any given moment, La Liga only permits three non-EU players at a club, and the place is already occupied by Eder Militao, Rodrygo Goes, and Vinicius Jr, leaving no room for the Japanese to come.

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While Vini’s European passport application was submitted two years ago, it has yet to come, and everything relating to Kubo’s future in white is dependent on it. A square would be available for Kubo to fill as soon as the Brazilian’s passport is issued and he obtains dual citizenship, but this is not the case right now.