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Figures of Real Madrid who have passed through America

inside the story there are several figures from Real Madrid who have passed through America; elements that remained in the memory of both fa


inside the story there are several figures from Real Madrid who have passed through America; elements that remained in the memory of both fans, without a doubt a duel between these two teams always brings out these stellar players and coaches who were present at the Santiago Bernabéu and Azteca Stadium.

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Players like Álvaro Fidalgo, Sergio Díaz, among others, they fell short or continue the process, at least with Real Madrid they failed to shine; in the case of the Spaniard, he is trying to write his history with those from Coapa and the Paraguayan was left to duty in both teams. However, they are not the only ones targeted in this story that crosses paths.

Antonio Mohamed, willing to return to America

Eagles and Meringues

Thus We present figures from Real Madrid who have passed through America; that is to say that they dressed in Azulcremas and Merengues to remain in the history of two great clubs in soccer.

Leo Beenhacker

Three leagues, two Spanish Super Cups and a Copa del Rey are in his record as Real Madrid strategist; With those from Coapa he could not win a title but he had a dream team that played spectacularly.

Santiago Solari

Although with the Eagles he fell short, not in numbers and effectiveness, but in titles; as a Merengue player he became an important footballer who won a UEFA Champions League. As coach Merengue could not shine either, he barely won a Club World Cup within his track record.

Santiago Solari fell short as coach of the Águilas del América

Ivan Zamorano

The Chilean is a period goalscorer, with Real Madrid he won the league, cup and super cup; For his part, he arrived at América as a world figure and was also able to win a league title to remain in the history of both institutions.

Hugo Sanchez

One of the players who marked an absolute era at Real Madrid, the five-time scoring champion left an indelible mark; With América, his signing was more controversial and the little noise he made on the field, with just 18 goals and one season played.

Oscar Ruggeri

The ‘Cabezón’ won a league with Real Madrid in Spain, however, with América he was also one of his figures to win a Concacaf Champions Cup. He is in history as one of the defenders who defended these two jerseys.

Jose Luis Bourbolla

He remains in history for being the first Mexican to play for Real Madrid; He later wore the America shirt and was technical director of the Coapa team, although there are few statistical data on this figure.

America: Carlos de Pena, the free signing that the Eagles dream of