The Los Blancos center-back has been loaned to Zaragoza and Eintracht Frankfurt, but he wants to play for Los Merengues.
22-year-old defender Jesus Vallejo started his professional career in 2014 with Zaragoza.
The next year he was bought by Real Madrid, but after a few appearances, he was loaned back to Zaragoza and then to Eintracht Frankfurt in the German Bundesliga.
And then he had a series of hamstring injuries, which have limited his development.
But his objective is clear: to prove himself at Santiago Bernabeu stadium.
“We only talk about how the season has gone,” Vallejo was quoted by Goal.
“But I am clear that I want to stay.”
“I want to stay. I am very happy in the club and I feel very loved by the fans as well as by my team-mates,” he added.
“The coach also gave me confidence in the last matches.”
He continued saying: “I’m looking forward to the new season to help the team.”
“It has been a complicated season, especially at the beginning due to injuries.”
“It’s not been easy, but it made me improve myself,” he said.
“I am very happy with how I finished, for having done it playing and finding myself well.”
“As for the team, we have to improve and learn a lot from this year,” the Spaniard concluded.
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