No one gives more to the Under-21s than Real Madrid

first_imgFor example, the Eredivisie, which has always been characterized by betting on young talent, has distributed 27.9% of the minutes among those under the age of 22. According to the data provided by CIES, it is the Turkish Super League the one that has given the fewest minutes to the promises. A laughable 3.7% of the total. Part of this leadership of Real Madrid is thanks to the contribution of Federico Valverde. Zidane has trusted the Uruguayan in 1,266 minutes in LaLiga. The Brazilian Vinicius is another who has played a lot: 900 minutes. In less quantity have been the contributions of Rodrygo (666 ’), Brahim (23’) and the 432 minutes played by Militao, before turning 22 last January. For something Real Madrid is the third team with the lowest average age in the competition (26.9). Only above Real Sociedad (25.9) and Celta (26.4).Curiously, it is Real Sociedad who occupies the second position. The minutes played by Martin Odegaard, Alexander Isak and Ander Barrenetxea. Third place goes to him Atlético de Madrid with 12% of the total minutes for those under 22 years of age. João Félix (1,409 minutes of play) and Renan Lodi (1,672 minutes) were the most used U-21s by Cholo Simeone. Saponjic has been testimonial (2 minutes). Juventus7.9% Inter milan5.3% Chelsea23.3% Benfica8% PSGeleven% Naples2.8% Real Madrid is the Spanish club that uses the U21s the most. Zinedine Zidane has given court to youth and the white team is the entity that has granted the highest percentage of minutes to those under 22 in The league. Lead the table with 13.1% of the total minutes played, closely followed by the Real society, another group that gives more opportunities to the youngest. The CIES Football Observatory study includes the percentage of minutes played by those under the age of 22 in each team. Manchester City2.3% Arsenal17.8% ClubsPercentage Manchester United13.7%center_img Milan15.5% O. Lyon13.5% In the lower area, they stand out, for bad, I raised (you have not played under the age of 22) and Eibar, with little participation from younger footballers. For something, the Eibar It is the workforce in Spain with the highest average age (30%).LaLiga is the ‘oldest’ of the Big FiveOutside our borders, Spain is not very well stopped. It’s in the caboose. Younger players they only play 7% of the total minutes played. Very poor numbers those of the Spanish league.LaLiga is the ‘oldest’ of the five major tournaments. France reaches 15%; is followed by Bundesliga with 9.8% the Premier League adds 8.5% and finally, the A series with very similar figures to the Spanish: 7.7%. All of them very far from the figures harvested by the Slovak Super League, which in the current season has used U21 players in the 29% of the minutes. An atrocity. Source: CIES Football Observatory. Bayern Munich7.4% Lille32.1% Barcelona are surprised to find themselves in the middle of the table down. Those under the age of 22 (Ansu Fati and Riqui Puig) only they have ‘enjoyed’ 5.4% of the total minutes played by the culé team. A very poor balance for a club that usually boasts of a quarry but is in the rear squad. Borussia Dortmund22.3% Port3.2% Liverpool9% Ajax22.5%last_img read more