A rising star: Jorge De Frutos

The time has come. We are facing the final stage of the season where everything sown since summer is finally ready to bear fruit, or not. It will all depend on the love that the teams devote to this last sprint as steep as it is exciting.

Before the swell overcame these good times, I think it is appropriate to look back and highlight certain moments, details or players that have impacted me during this long journey. Today I come to talk to you about Jorge de Frutos.

First of all, it is never easy to leave the nest, especially when it has as many amenities and visibility as the white tree. However, flying beyond a challenge reflects a high dose of self-confidence.

Born in a small village in Segovia surrounded by countryside, the young man always knew that he wanted to carve out a future on the green. That is why, with the same mentality of the children who play in the square and just want to have fun, Jorge left for the capital. There, after much insistence, he got into the ranks of Rayo Majadahonda and soon after drew the attention of Real Madrid.

Eternally grateful to the white club, he packed his bags for Valencia where they were waiting for him with open arms.

It doesn’t matter what position you play or what characteristics you have (whether it is ball control or speed in spaces, football needs affection to roll the ball and the Granota team has offered him that affection. Jorge has excelled in one of the most competitive seasons of recent decades, thanks to his electricity on the field and his perseverance off the field.

At the Ciutat de Valencia Stadium they are in a hurry to see Jorge and the footballer grow, he has never had pause.

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