The goal has 12 games with the blues in which he conceded 12 goals
Belmán is already a goalkeeper for Fuenlabrada. The Sports Directorate of the azulón club took over the property of the goalkeeper, although Real Madrid reserves 50 percent of a possible sale of Alicante, since in the white house they do not doubt the great potential that has.
And it is that Belman, on his own merits, has made a hole in the eleven Fuenlabreño. The Alicante player has played 12 games in which he has conceded 12 goals. Some games and some figures that have been the ‘culprits’ for the goal to continue growing in the South of Madrid.
We are delighted that Belman belongs to Fuenlabrada, sharing rights with Real Madrid. We see in him a great future and projection. Every day it gets better
Miguel Melgar, sports director of Fuenlabrada, assured that “at the club we are very happy. We always sign young goalkeepers with projection, for the ones three goals can play throughout a season. We trust a lot. “
The match clause was set at 10
Regarding Belman, he makes it clear: “He is the last one who arrived, the youngest and took over the title. Melgar assures that they are “delighted that Belman belongs to Fuenlabrada, sharing rights with Real Madrid”. Come to the Alicante goal “with a great future and projection. Every day it improves more”.
Nobody is aware that as a club “Fuenla is obliged to sign young players and reach them before other clubs, because if we are on par, they take them away from us for that of budget“.
Fuenla is obliged to sign young players and reach them before other clubs, since if we go along, they will take them away because of the budget
What is clear is that the work of the Sports Directorate is to get footballers under the stones before anyone else or, to request the transfer of players to the big clubs. A noteworthy fact is that the Fuenla keeps good club relations, What do you see in those of the South of Madrid a springboard club so that footballers continue to advance and become better.
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Javier Belmán is the son of Malaga exporter José Francisco Belmán, born when his father played for Hercules. Belman was formed in the lower categories of Rayo Majadahonda and then went to Getafe.
In 2012 Real Madrid noticed him and signed him to the club to play in the Cadet B. The Alicante goalkeeper would be burning stages in the white club, until in 2017 won the Copa del Rey and the Champions Cup with the Juvenil blanco.
In the season 2017-18 would be part of Real Madrid Castilla Second Division B. His stay at Real Madrid Castilla it would be three seasons, in which he would play 51 games, conceding 54 goals. In the season 2019-20 would play 16 games under the command of Raúl González in which he would suffer a serious meniscus injury.
The September 25, 2020, ‘terminates’ his contract with Real Madrid Castilla and signs with Fuenlabrada, team with which debuts in Second and achieves ownership defending his goal in the Silver category, becoming one of the sensations of the category. Now goal and club are linked forever and ever …