The young Uruguayan footballer played the majority of La Liga matches with Real Madrid and even went on to score two goals.
Real Madrid he was crowned champion of The league and he raised his 34th title in this competition, in which defensive solidity was a strong point. But beyond the central back, the midfield was also important and that’s where it stood out Federico Valverde.
Since his arrival at the merengue team, the Uruguayan footballer adapted quickly and reached the ceiling in the 2019/20 season, in which he had his best moment in the final of the Spanish Super Cup against Atlético de Madrid with a violation on Álvaro Morata Colchonero prevented the goal.
When playing 32 matches, the Charrúa was one of the unmissables in the Whites’ marrow, in which he shared place with Casemiro, Toni Kroos and Luka Modric, players with much more experience who had nothing to envy.
However, Valverde, who made 37 innings throughout the campaign and won 29 of them, was also important on some occasions as a goal for Madrid. Of the times he went on the attack, he scored two goals, one against Eibar and the other against Real Sociedad, and provided five assists.
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