Joselu life continues to turn around.

Joselu life continues to turn around.

On Thursday, The Athletic reported that “Real Madrid have decided to exercise their option to buy the player outright. Joselu joined Real Madrid last summer on loan for €500,000. The deal included an option to buy him outright at the end of the season for €1.5 million, which Real Madrid have now exercised. This ensured that Joselu will be at the Santiago Bernabeu next season.

It’s been an unforgettable year for Joselu. He became a hero in the second leg of the Champions League quarterfinals. 안전놀이터 Coming on as a 36th-minute substitute with the score at 0-1, he scored two goals in seven minutes to lead Real Madrid to a come-from-behind victory. The victory sent Real Madrid through to the final, where they beat Dortmund to lift their 15th treble. Joselu’s heroics made the difference.

Joselu spent his early professional career playing for Real’s B team. In 2011, he joined the Real first team, where he played alongside Jose Mourinho, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Karim Benzema. After playing a total of two matches, including a cup, between the 2010-2011 and 2011-2012 seasons, Joselu bounced around Europe after 2012. He started in Germany with Hoffenheim and played for Eintracht Frankfurt (Germany), Hannover (Germany), Stoke City (England), Deportivo (Spain), Newcastle (England), and Alaves (Spain) before joining Espanyol in 2022.

Joselu made his presence felt last season.

He exploded for 16 goals in the Spanish Primera Liga in the 2022-2023 season, finishing third in scoring. Ancelotti recognized his goalscoring prowess at Espanyol, who were relegated to the second division, and brought him back on loan this season. Back in his homeland, Joselu has done his part, scoring double-digit goals amidst a group of young superstars including Vinicius Junior, Hodrigo and Jude Bellingham.

In 2022, while still with Alaves, Joselu flew to France with his family to cheer on Real in a Real jersey as they won the Champions League. 파워볼실시간 Real defeated Liverpool in the final to win their 14th title. The openly self-proclaimed “Real fan” is now a Real Madrid forward.

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