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Tchouaméni signs for Real Madrid

NEWS STORY. 11/06/2022

The 22-year-old midfielder captured the 2021 Nations League crown with France.

Aurélien Tchouaméni (Rouen, 27/01/2000) is now a Real Madrid player. The 22-year-old midfielder, who checks in from Monaco, has been capped by the senior France team, with whom he lifted the 2021 Nations League crown after being part of the starting line-up in the final.

This signing represents the capture of one of the most talented players in Europe, in both the present and the future. He was a regular fixture for Monaco and last term clocked up 50 appearances, which yielded five goals. Despite his youth, he has received several awards in his homeland. France’s Union of Professional Footballers (UNFP) included Tchouaméni the Team of the Season in each of the last two campaigns, whilst he was crowned as the Young Player of the Season in the 2020/21 campaign.

Early career
Before making the move to Monaco in January 2020, Tchouaméni came up through the ranks at Girondins after having joined the club at the age of 11. He was part of the squad that won the U-19 domestic league title in the 2016/17 campaign, before breaking into the first team in July 2018 at the tender age of 18. During the course of those seasons, he represented several France youth national teams, before being capped by the senior side in September 2021.

1 Nations League

Girondins (2011-2020)
Monaco (2020-2022)
Real Madrid (2022- )

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