Two Real Madrid youngsters will train with first-team ahead of UCL final

Two members of the youth ranks at La Liga giants Real Madrid will play a central part in the club’s preparations for this weekend’s Champions League final.

That’s according to Relevo, who have on Sunday provided an insight into the latest developments at Valdebebas.

Carlo Ancelotti’s troops, of course, brought their domestic campaign to a close last night, in a La Liga meeting with Real Betis.

Full attentions, in turn, will now be shifted towards matters on the continent, and the upcoming Champions League final.

Los Blancos are set to make the trip to Wembley Stadium on Saturday night, for a showdown with surprise package Borussia Dortmund.

And, as alluded to above, in preparations for as much, two up-and-coming Real starlets are primed to play an important role.

The pair in question? Mario Martín, and Jeremy de León.

Midfielder Martín has been a regular feature in Real Madrid’s senior ranks of late, having featured off the bench in two of the club’s final three La Liga outings of the term.

Attacker De León, meanwhile, trained with Ancelotti’s side leading into their Champions League ties with both Manchester City and Bayern Munich.

And the same will prove the case this time round, with Relevo having confirmed that:

‘The club plans to release practically all Castilla players starting Monday’, except for Martín, and De León.

Conor Laird | GSFN

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