Bruno Iglesias joins Celta Fortuna in search of more playing time
Bruno Iglesias, a 20-year-old midfielder who was once praised by Alvaro Benito as the most talented player in Real Madrid’s academy, has joined Celta Fortuna, Celta Vigo’s B team, in the Spanish third division.
Iglesias made the jump to Raul’s Castilla last season, but he failed to impress the manager and was left on the bench for most of the season. He was loaned to RSC International FC in January, where he got more playing time.
Bruno Iglesias moves to FC Celta Fortuna in search of more playing time
Despite his young age, Iglesias has already played for Spain at the U16, U17, and U19 levels. He will be looking to get his career back on track in Vigo, where he will have the opportunity to play regularly.
With Sergio Arribas expected to leave and Nico Paz potentially being promoted to the first team, there is no room for Iglesias in Raul’s Castilla. The move to Celta Fortuna gives him a chance to prove himself and show that he has what it takes to play at a higher level.
Iglesias is a talented player with a lot of potential. He is a creative midfielder who is good at dribbling and passing. He also has a good shot from distance. If he can get regular playing time at Celta Fortuna, he will be in a good position to make the step up to the first team in the future.
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