Marco Asensio: Rafael Nadal was behind my pierce to Real Madrid

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Marco Asensio has told Real Madrid TV that tennis actor Rafael Nadal was behind his pierce from Real Mallorca to Real Madrid in 2015.

Asensio, 21, has damaged into a first-team patrol underneath Zinedine Zidane this deteriorate as Madrid have won La Liga and reached a Champions League final.

And his pierce to a Bernabeu came about as a outcome of a review between 14-time vital leader Nadal, who was innate in Mallorca though supports Los Blancos, and Madrid boss Florentino Perez.

Marco Asensio has scored 9 goals and assisted 6 some-more in all competitions for Real Madrid this season.

“That story is true,” Asensio said. “He called Florentino and told him to snap me up.

“That winter [2014] my representative told me that Real Madrid were meddlesome in me. Several clubs were job and it was a bit hectic, though one day before a diversion Florentino called me and pronounced we was going to be a Real Madrid player.

“It all happened in a singular day: we went to Madrid, we sealed a contract, we were shown turn a [Santiago] Bernabeu and [the training belligerent in] Valdebebas and afterwards we went behind to Mallorca to finish a season.

“It all happened really fast and it was intense, though we felt a outrageous clarity of satisfaction.”

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