Marcelo (34 years), Madrid player since the winter market of 2006 and the madridista with more titles in the history of the white club with 25 (five of them are Champions League, the fifth part), you will have your deserved tribute by the Espina Shell entity. the brazilian contract ends this next June 30 and it will not be renewed for the whites. The player himself announced it at the end of the Champions League final on May 28: “It’s an incredible emotion because it’s my last game for Real Madrid.” Thus, he will see the end of his stage with Madrid with a emotional act.
The idea that manages the club is a similar act the one Iker C hadasillas in 2015 or Sergio Ramos in 2021, with all the trophiesthat he has won over these 16 years in white. Everything points to be in Valdebebas due to the works at the Bernabéu (Rüdiger will be presented on the 20th at these facilities, like Alaba last year, although there is no specific date yet). Will be accompanied by family, managers and various colleagues with whom he shared a dressing room. Madrid believes than the brazilian he deserves that recognition for the behavior that always has kept throughout his time with the white team.
While, rumors about a possible march to Turkey (according to the Ottoman medium ‘Fanatik’ he has given the yes to signing for Fenerbahçe) or to France (interests Olympique de Marseille) nothing is clear yet. The player sees himself strong enough to continue for a couple of seasons, but on the other hand there is the family situation: Marcelo has two small children and is used to the city of Madrid. The eldest, Enzo, is also one of the great jewels of Valdebebas: forward, this past season he has been playing in Infantil B and is called to reach the first team in a few years.
Dear. this gesture for the left side collides with the other two exits, already known from Isco and Bale. The malagueño said goodbye through a published letter in their social networks on May 30, in which his time with the white team stood out (353 games in nine seasons) launching a pulla to Mbappé (“Real Madrid cannot and should not be told no, although there are always exceptions”, along with an emoticon of a turtle). the next day it was Gareth Bale, who in the same way, said goodbye to the white team. In his case, he thanked his teammates (“past and present”), the Madrid board, staff and fans: “My dream has come true. It has been an incredible experience and one I will never forget.” On Wednesday, June 1st, it was the club who threw two communications, one for each player, to wish them well in the future. But Marceloloved by all the fans, will have its well deserved farewell…