Getafe and Rayo Vallecano interested in one of Real Madrid’s top talents

Real Madrid, Florentino, Perez (Photo by Burak Akbulut/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
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Real Madrid have a lot of great prospects with a huge upside among their ranks, and there are multiple that have garnered interest from other clubs.

Of course, there is Luka Jovic, who is finalising a loan move to Fiorentina. There is Marco Asensio who has been linked to clubs like Arsenal, Liverpool, Milan and others. Dani Ceballos might move to Real Betis this summer as well.

But there are other prospects too, particularly the ones in the academy, that have had some interest from other clubs.

Peter Federico, one of Real Madrid’s best academy players, is being looked at as an option by both Getafe and Rayo Vallecano, according to AS.

For Real Madrid, there is no rush to send Peter Federico on loan

It says in the report that things would proceed very calmly on this front. Peter is only 19 years old, so there is no rush for him to get minutes playing for a LaLiga team. Of course, that would help his case a lot. But, staying at Castilla would also do him a lot of good.

Raul would have a great crop of players in front of him. Peter is one key part of that group, and it should be enough for the team to challenge for promotion next season. They’re about to renew several great prospects, and have also signed a very talented striker from Deportivo.

Staying at Castilla for another season would help Peter get better as a player because he’d get more playing time here than at any other club, as the other clubs won’t treat him like a guaranteed starter. At Castilla, it would be different.

Staying under Raul’s tutelage has its obvious benefits, but most of all, staying here for another season before going for a move would be the wisest choice because it would help him improve as a footballer before he goes for greener pastures.

Peter only made his Castilla debut last season, so there is no real rush for him to move to a better team on loan. Real must take time with this decision, because he really can be a very good player. He just needs to keep improving, and the first-team chances will come.

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Of course, sending him out on loan wouldn’t be a bad idea, either. But I am just more interested in watching him play for Castilla for one more season. You might even call me selfish. I would love to watch these players fight for promotion for one more season.