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Carvajal, at Real Madrid since 10 years of age


NEWS | 18/09/2017

In his fifth season with the first team he has played 167 games and has won 11 titles.
Dani Carvajal is one of the academy representatives in the first Real Madrid team. The defender from Leganés, who joined the club as a 10-year-old, laid the first stone, alongside Alfredo Di Stefano, at the Real Madrid City in 2004. Now, at 25 years old, he is one of the best full backs in the world. Leader on and off the field, in his fifth season with the first team, he has to his name three Champions League titles, two Club World Cups, three European Super Cups, one league, one Copa de Rey and one Spanish Super Cup.
Step by step, Carvajal made his way through the academy until becoming a fundamental part of the Castilla squad that won promotion to the Second Division in the 2011/12 season. After shinning in his season at Bayer Leverkusen, he returned to Real Madrid to fulfil the dream of being part of the first team, making his debut in August 2013. Since then, he has played 167 official games, with a win record of over 70%.
Carvajal has played for Real Madrid in six competitions: League (110 matches), Champions League (35), Copa del Rey (11), Club World Cup (four), European Super Cup (three) and Spanish Super Cup (four). He has scored four goals for Real Madrid – with the most memorable coming in extra time of the third European Super Cup triumph – he’s also chipped in with 24 assists, 11 of them last season, his best on record from a statistical point of view.