Marvin was one of the greatest surprises from Real Madrid’s 2020/21 season, but before we talk about his future plans and what’s next for him, we need to discuss his career as a whole.
Marvin’s history before debut in Real Madrid
Marvin was born on the 3rd July of 2000. His father is Nigerian and his mother is South Korean. He has spent most of his career in Spain. His career started at age of nine with Tranmere Rovers, he was in rovers for three year before moving back to Spain, Before Park’s Real Madrid career began in 2016, Park spent time at La Salle and Jonquet Penya Arrabal where he developed as a footballer.
Marvin’s debut in Real Madrid
Marvin Park is predominantly a right-winger but also has the versatility and skills to be deployed as an attacking midfielder. Marvin’s debut was at Real Sociedad in their LaLiga Santander opener, before this he showed up toward the end of the campaign when Zinedine Zidane himself needed him. Marvin did his work quite well, he met all the expectations and showed that he needed to be a first-team player at Real Madrid.
Future of Park
Many teams are interested in Real Madrid academy player Marvin park. Considering his debut it was more than expected. Serie A team Torino are keen on making a bid for the winger this is all according to a report from Gianluca Di Marzio later confirmed by AS, but sadly for team Torino, Madrid are not even considering selling Marvin unless they receive a quite big offer. New coach Carlo Ancelotti thinks well of what he’s seen from academy players like Marvin, Miguel Gutierrez or Sergio Arribas, so they could eventually help the first team when needed. For now all we can say is that Marvin is quite an interesting individual, who has potential to be a useful member of Real Madrid.