Jorge de Frutos, 22 years, will play in Rayo Vallecano. The transfer of the end of Real Madrid Castilla with Valladolid is broken and is transferred to Vallecas until the end of the season as he had signed with the Pucela team. This Friday will be available and can train under the orders of Paco Jémez. AS already informed on Tuesday that De Frutos was one step away from Lightning. In the absence of officiality, the end will defend the shirt of the Strip. The Ray gets Frutos the player profile he was looking for, an end that can play in the lead and fall in both bands. Thus, Jemez will already have the end he had needed since Bébé’s injury and will fill a position he has been occupying with Álvaro, who also fell injured, resorting to laterals as extremes and relocating Andrés in the band. This will be the first reinforcement of Lightning in the winter market but it will not be the only one. The Strip team is looking for a striker and wants to check out Abdoulaye Ba Y Lass Bangoura That of Navares de Enmedio He was assigned to the Blanquivioleta team at the beginning of this season. With Valladolid he has played 164 minutes spread over five games, three from Liga Santander and two from Copa del Rey. The lack of opportunities has led Madrid and Valladolid to break the transfer and to play on loan in Lightning.Of fruits He stood out with Rayo Majadahonda in the 2017/18 season when they achieved promotion to Segunda. From there he made the leap to Real Madrid Castilla to play 2,950 minutes divided into 37 games of the 18/19 season in which he scored seven goals and gave five assists. 12
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