The Samurai Blue star will return to the Palma-based outfit after making an impressive impression two seasons ago.
Takefusa Kubo, wing of Real Madrid and Japan, concludes a second loan to Mallorca after the Balearic outfit defeated its rivals Real Sociedad for its services, Purpose can confirm.
The 20-year-old first arrived in La Liga before the 2019-2020 campaign and temporarily spent his first two seasons elsewhere in Spain elsewhere on behalf of Los Blancos.
Now he is going to spend a third campaign away from Santiago Bernabeu, with Los Piratas wanting the lead in search of his autograph when he returns from service in Tokyo 2020 with his country.
What are the details?
As Kubo returns to Spain for fourth place at the Olympics with the Samurai Blue, he looks ready to return to Mallorca, who are back in the top flight after an immediate return from relegation.
Although the outfit based in Palma was doomed to fall during Kubo’s first year with them in 2018-19, he presumably enjoyed his time at the club, where he forged a strong bond with fans in the community. has.
With a return to his homeland already ruled out by Madrid – who want to keep him in Spain – it seems logical that he wants to return to the club, after they have reached a top status again, despite Sociedad’s efforts to ‘ n handle themselves.
Kubo’s career in Madrid so far
After swapping FC Tokyo for Europe as a teenager, Kubo has yet to leave his mark on Los Blancos, as he has so far been unable to achieve a senior competitive appearance for them.
However, he impressed when he offered the opportunity during his breakaway at the club, probably the best during his first season at Mallorca, where he scored four goals in 36 games.
A subsequent loan to Villarreal was cut short after just half a season, as he was mostly used off the bench – although he did get a medal from the Europa League winner at the club, despite having them five months earlier. left thanks to their triumph over Manchester United late last quarter.
He spends the rest of the 2020-21 campaign at Getafe, where he helped the Azulones avoid falling to second level with a 15th place finish.
The bigger picture
Madrid – who reunited with Carlo Ancelotti as coach following the retirement of Zinedine Zidane – are preparing for one of their biggest seasons in recent memory this term.
Los Blancos has been in the midst of a sea change in the capital amid its quest for great silverware this past quarter – and after Sergio Ramos left the club.
They will be determined to dethrone the rivals in the city of Atletico Madrid, who used them as title holders last quarter, and launch their campaign on 14 August.