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Watching the poor performance of Dani Carvajal, many ask for the return of Achraf Hakimi

Watching the poor game of Dani Carvajal, not to mention very poor, many remembered the same name. Because the Spanish international is an emblem in Real Madrid, and a key player since returning from Bayer Leverkusen, in 2013. But you have to know how to close the stages at the right time, and it is no longer a mystery that It is not at its best level.

Therefore, many ask to bring back Achraf Hakimi, another player trained in The Factory, and who is leaving . In fact, unlike Leganés, the Hispanic-Moroccan is considered one of the best players in the world in his position. For many, just behind Trent Alexander-Arnold, of Liverpool by Jürgen Klopp.

The young 21-year-old was already in the shadow of '2' for a season, in 2017-2018, in which he had minutes, but very sporadically. Even so, it left a good taste in the mouth, but the feeling of being still too 'green' to succeed in the Santiago Bernabéu. Therefore, and after the signing of Álvaro Odriozola and the march of Zinedine Zidane, his great supporter, he was ceded.

His destiny was Borussia Dortmund, where he has consolidated and is breaking it . It took him a few weeks to enter the team, but when he did, no one took his place. And so it goes on today, playing as right-handed, left-handed, lane or even extreme. The international with Morocco is irreplaceable and has earned the return to the white box in summer.

Of course, Achraf has already made it clear that he will not return to Madrid, his dream club, if he is not guaranteed a key role . Otherwise, he does not rule out staying in Germany, where he and his partner are very happy, and where his first child was born.

In other words, he wants them to throw Carvajal before.

Source: donbalon

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