Only 83 games in 11 years…Real, finally broke up with the ‘troubleshooter’

Real Madrid is finally parting ways with Mariano Dias.

In 2011, Real signed Mariano from CF Badalona. Mariano, who was only 15 years old at the time, headed to Real Madrid, recognized for his outstanding potential, and steadily accumulated experience through age-specific teams. He boasted tremendous destructive power, scoring 25 goals in 28 matches in the league for Castilla in the 2015-16 season, and was able to make his adult debut in the 2016-17 season.

His presence was unmistakable. Mariano, who mainly played as a substitute, scored 5 goals and 2 assists in 14 matches, including the league and 바카라사이트 the UEFA Champions League (UCL). In particular, in the Copa del Rey, despite the limited playing time of 183 minutes, he recorded an amazing record of 4 goals and 1 assist.

But Real’s squad was too thick for him to break through. Accordingly, in the 2017-18 season, he left Real Madrid and moved to Olympique Lyonnais in the French league. There were no adaptation problems as much as his talent was evident. In the first year of his transfer, he appeared in 45 games, including cup competitions, and scored 21 goals and 6 assists, establishing himself as a high-level striker.

After one season, he returned to Real Madrid. At the time, Real Madrid, which had sent Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus, needed an attacker to fill his vacant position, and handed over to Mariano, who had grown noticeably in Lyon.

But the result was a failure. Although expected to perform as well as he did in Lyon, Mariano did not leave as much impact as his first season. He has only played about 70 games from the 2018-19 season to this season, and his offensive points are only 7 goals and 1 assist. This season, he was completely out of power and played only 10 games, including the cup competition. He, of course, has no attack points.

As the bleak situation continued, Mariano, who wanted to continue his career at Real, changed his stance. It was difficult to find a justification for the transfer because trophies were added and the weekly wage was not small even if he stayed still, but Mariano, who objectively grasped his situation, decided to leave the team.

That’s how this season is the last companion between him and Real. With his contract expiring this summer, he made it clear that he would not renew his contract. Spanish media ‘Diario As’ said, “The 11-year partnership between Mariano and Real will end at the end of this season.”

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