Football NewsChust and Gila ‘forced’ out
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The situation 

Just a week before Real Madrid returns to training, the sports management continues to work on the squad. Two of the names that have come to light in recent days have been Víctor Chust and Mario Gila, youth squads for the white team who will leave the club this summer . Both act in the central defense position, so the arrival of Antonio Rüdiger and the more than likely continuity of Vallejo seem to be the main reasons for his departure. However, the European champion intends to keep 50% of his rights from him for a possible play-off if they deem it appropriate. Víctor Chust is a player who already has experience in the First Division after playing on loan last season at Cadiz (he has played 25 games in yellow), a team that has managed to stay in the highest category of Spanish football. His performance has been very good throughout the course, which has caused the Cadiz team to decide to bet firmly on him. The center-back, who had a contract with Real Madrid until 2023, will leave the merengue discipline after arriving in 2012 from Valencia. Since his arrival, it was seen that he was a high-quality player who could opt for a place in the first team in later years. In fact, he has been a very important footballer in the lower categories of the club and even made his debut with the first team in the 2020-2021 season. 

The details

However, the interest of the Andalusian team (in which he has felt very comfortable from the first moment) added to the competition in the defensive line of the current European champion, have precipitated his departure. The situation of Mario Gila, without being the same, has many similarities. The 21-year-old Catalan has spent the campaign with Real Madrid Castilla, a subsidiary in which he has played 32 games and has been the undisputed starter. In fact, his good performances have led him to debut with the first team this year (on matchday 34 against Espanyol and on matchday 36 against Levante). He is a defender who has caught the attention of clubs like Getafe.