8 footballers who played for Manchester City and Real Madrid

8 footballers who played for Manchester City and Real Madrid



8 footballers who played for Manchester City and Real Madrid

Steve McManaman

The English footballer arrived at Real Madrid in 1999, free after finishing his contract with Liverpool. He was at the white club for 4 years and then moved to Manchester City where he hung up his boots in 2005.

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Steve McManaman

The English footballer arrived at Real Madrid in 1999, free after finishing his contract with Liverpool. He was at the white club for 4 years and then moved to Manchester City where he hung up his boots in 2005.

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Robinho

In the summer of 2005, he signed for Real Madrid from the Brazilian Santos. 3 seasons later he left for City after paying 43 million euros for the Mancunian team.

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Robinho

In the summer of 2005, he signed for Real Madrid from the Brazilian Santos. 3 seasons later he left for City after paying 43 million euros for the Mancunian team.

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Nicholas Anelka

The French striker spent one season at Real Madrid, in 99/2000, where he was key in winning the eighth European Cup, although his performance was discreet throughout the season. He went to PSG and in 2002 he signed with City where he stayed for 2 and a half seasons.

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The French striker spent one season at Real Madrid, in 99/2000, where he was key in winning the eighth European Cup, although his performance was discreet throughout the season. He went to PSG and in 2002 he signed with City where he stayed for 2 and a half seasons.

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Emmanuel Adebayor

After dazzling at Arsenal, City acquired the services of the Togolese striker for 30 million euros in the summer of 2009. Halfway through the second season he left on loan to Real Madrid where he played for 6 months under José Mourinho.

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Emmanuel Adebayor

After dazzling at Arsenal, City acquired the services of the Togolese striker for 30 million euros in the summer of 2009. Halfway through the second season he left on loan to Real Madrid where he played for 6 months under José Mourinho.

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Javier Garcia

A Real Madrid youth squad, it was with the white team that he took his first steps, debuting in the Cup against Leganés in 2004. He left the merengue team in 2009 for Benfica, where he performed at a very high level, which earned him City bid hard, paying 20 million euros, to take over the services of the midfielder. 2 years he was in Manchester.

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Javier Garcia

A Real Madrid youth squad, it was with the white team that he took his first steps, debuting in the Cup against Leganés in 2004. He left the merengue team in 2009 for Benfica, where he performed at a very high level, which earned him City bid hard, paying 20 million euros, to take over the services of the midfielder. 2 years he was in Manchester.

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Alvaro Negredo

He was in the Real Madrid academy for two years, which earned him to be called up on different occasions with the first team. After thrashing in Almería and Seville, in 2013 City paid 25 million euros to hire the Vallecano striker. He was only one season where he scored 23 goals in 49 games.

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Alvaro Negredo

He was in the Real Madrid academy for two years, which earned him to be called up on different occasions with the first team. After thrashing in Almería and Seville, in 2013 City paid 25 million euros to hire the Vallecano striker. He was only one season where he scored 23 goals in 49 games.

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Daniel

The Brazilian right-back signed for Real Madrid in 2015 after the white club paid 31.5 million euros to Porto. In the two seasons that he wore white he won the Champions League twice and LaLiga once. In 2017 he left for Ettihad after paying 30 million to the white club. In the skyblues he spent two seasons before leaving for Juventus.

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Daniel

The Brazilian right-back signed for Real Madrid in 2015 after the white club paid 31.5 million euros to Porto. In the two seasons that he wore white he won the Champions League twice and LaLiga once. In 2017 he left for Ettihad after paying 30 million to the white club. In the skyblues he spent two seasons before leaving for Juventus.

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Brahim Diaz

The Malaga footballer came to the City academy at the age of 12 from Malaga. He debuted with the Mancunian first team in 2016 when he was just 17 years old. In January 2019, Real Madrid paid 19 million euros to acquire the playmaker’s services.

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Brahim Diaz

The Malaga footballer came to the City academy at the age of 12 from Malaga. He debuted with the Mancunian first team in 2016 when he was just 17 years old. In January 2019, Real Madrid paid 19 million euros to acquire the playmaker’s services.

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