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Daniel Carvajal

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Name
Carvajal
Full name
Daniel Carvajal Ramos
Date of birth
11 January 1992 (age 28)
Birth country
Spain
Birth place
Leganés
Nationality
Spain
Height
173 cm
Weight
73 kg
Position
Defender
Current team
Current transfer fee
€ 60.000.000 / Max € 60.000.000

Biography and family

BIOGRAPHY

Daniel Carvajal is a Spanish defender playing for Real Madrid. He was born on 11 January 1992 in Leganés, Spain.
Daniel was formed in the youth ranks of giant club Real Madrid in between 2002 and 2010. In 2010, he made his senior debut for the reserve squad of Los Merengues and shortly became the team’s captain. Carvajal made a total of 68 appearances for two seasons for Real Madrid B and helped them to win the Segunda División B in the 2011/12 season. In the summer 2012, he moved to Germany to join Bayer Leverkusen in the Bundesliga. After a successfull season for the German side Daniel returned to Real Madrid as his former club activated the buy-out clause of his contract.
Daniel Carvajal represented Spain at U18, U19 and U21 levels.

Career

Club career

Real Madrid B
Carvajal was born in Leganés, a suburb of Madrid. He joined Real Madrid’s youth system as a 10-year-old, and continued climbing through the ranks until reaching Real Madrid Castilla in 2010. In his first season as a senior Carvajal was immediately cast in the reserve team’s starting XI, also being the team’s captain. In the following campaign, he fared even better (38 games and two goals, playoffs included), as the B’s returned to Segunda División after a five-year absence.
Bayer Leverkusen
On 11 July 2012, after failing to make a single appearance for Real’s first team, Carvajal signed a five-year contract with Germany’s Bayer 04 Leverkusen for a transfer fee of €5 million. The Spaniards added on a buy-back clause in the region of €6.5 million if they wanted to re-sign the player after one season, €7 million after two and approximately €8.5 million after three. Carvajal made his Bundesliga debut on 1 September 2012 in a 2–0 home win against SC Freiburg, being subsequently named to the Team of the Week. He scored his first goal for his new club on 25 November, netting the second in an eventual 2–1 success at TSG 1899 Hoffenheim. Carvajal was selected as one of the three best right backs at the end of his first and only season, behind FC Bayern Munich’s Phillip Lahm and FC Schalke 04’s Atsuto Uchida. He received 16% of the total vote from the fans.
Real Madrid
On 3 June 2013, Real Madrid exercised its buy-back option on Carvajal, who became the team’s first signing for 2013–14 for a fee believed to be in the region of €6.5 million. This was confirmed by Bayer’s director of football Rudi Völler, who stated: “Real Madrid noticed the outstanding performances by Dani this season, and it was only a matter of time before they exercised their buy-back option.” Shortly after the move, he spoke of his happiness to return, thanking the president, the fans and the club at a press conference. Carvajal made his La Liga debut on 18 August 2013, in a 2–1 home win against Real Betis. One month later he played his first match in the UEFA Champions League, again featuring the full 90 minutes in a 6–1 away routing of Galatasaray SK for the group stage. Carvajal appeared in 45 matches in his first season and scored twice, in the league against Rayo Vallecano and CA Osasuna. He added 120 minutes in the Champions League final, a 4–1 triumph over Atlético Madrid. Carvajal started in Real Madrid’s triumphs in the 2014 UEFA Super Cup over compatriots Sevilla FC, and in that year’s FIFA Club World Cup final against Argentina’s San Lorenzo de Almagro. In the first leg of the Champions League’s semi-finals, on 5 May 2015, he conceded a penalty by fouling Carlos Tevez, with the Juventus F.C. forward converting the spot-kick to defeat the Spaniards 2–1. On 8 July 2015, Carvajal signed a new deal with the Merengues until 2020. He contributed with eight appearances and one goal in the campaign’s Champions League, as the tournament ended in win; in the final against Atlético Madrid, he was subbed off injured early into the second half of a 1–1 draw (penalty shootout triumph).
On 9 August 2016, Carvajal started in the UEFA Super Cup clash against Sevilla in Trondheim, and scored the final 3–2 in the 119th minute after an individual effort. During the league season, in spite of several physical ailments,he still contributed with 23 games to help the team be crowned champions. On 3 December 2016, after Sergio Ramos had equalised in the last minute against FC Barcelona at the Nou Camp, he celebrated the goal by giving opposing fans the middle finger, but later apologised; after nearly one month on the sidelines, he returned to action just in time to start at the Champions League final on 3 June, which they won for the third time in four years. On 17 September 2017, Carvajal’s contract was extended until 2022. Early in the following month, he was sidelined with a heart condition; he made eight appearances during that year’s Champions League, and Madrid won their third consecutive and 13th overall title in the competition. In the decisive match against Liverpool he was forced to leave the pitch due to an injury, in an eventual 3–1 win in Kiev. Carvajal scored Real Madrid’s first league goal of the new season on 19 August 2018, in a 2–0 home victory over Getafe CF.

National career

Carvajal acted as backup to FC Barcelona’s Martín Montoya at the 2013 UEFA European Under-21 Championship, playing in the 3–0 group stage win against the Netherlands as Spain went on to win the tournament. He was selected by full side manager Vicente del Bosque for his 30-man provisional squad for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, being excused alongside all other Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid players from the warm-up game against Bolivia on 30 May due to the Champions League final, and being omitted from the final list the following day. On 29 August 2014, Carvajal was called up to the squad for the first time, for matches against France and Macedonia. He made his debut on 4 September, in a 0–1 friendly defeat to the former in which he played the full 90 minutes; he was also selected for the UEFA Euro 2016 tournament, being dropped after an injury contracted whilst with his club. Carvajal was named in Spain’s final squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. After sitting out the first game against Portugal as he was not fully fit, he made his first appearance in the competition on 20 June and played the entire 1–0 win over Iran.

Awards and achievements

Awards
x 2 La Liga (Winner) 2019/2020, 2016/2017
x 2 La Liga (2nd Place) 2015/2016, 2014/2015
x 1 Segunda B (Winner) 2011/2012
x 1 Copa del Rey (Winner) 2013/2014
x 2 Super Cup (Winner) 2019/2020, 2017/2018
x 1 Super Cup (2nd Place) 2014/2015
x 4 UEFA Champions League (Winner) 2017/2018, 2016/2017, 2015/2016, 2013/2014
x 3 UEFA Super Cup (Winner) 2017/2018, 2016/2017, 2014/2015
x 1 UEFA Super Cup (2nd Place) 2018/2019
x 4 FIFA Club World Cup (Winner) 2018 UAE, 2017 UAE, 2016 Japan, 2014 Morocco
x 1 Audi Cup (2nd Place) 2015
x 1 International Champions Cup (Winner) 2013
x 1 UEFA U21 Championship (Winner) 2013 Israel
x 1 UEFA U19 Championship (Winner) 2011 Romania
Achievenements
x 2 UEFA Champions League Squad of the Season 2013–14, 2016–17
x 2 FIFPro World XI: Second Team 2017, 2018
x 1 FIFPro World XI: Third Team 2016
x 2 FIFPro World XI: Fifth Team 2014, 2015

Interviews, opinions and scandals

Interviews
What was the most difficult for you when moving to Germany? “Professionally, there were no big difficulties. But in personal... In 20 years it is difficult to leave the house, family.”
The defender of “Real” Daniel Carvajal on the eve of the first semifinal match of the Champions League with “Bavaria” (April 25) shared his opinion about the top three Munich attacks. “- The attacking trio of Arjen Robben, Robert Lewandowski and Frank Ribery is incredibly difficult to stop. Each of them is dangerous individually and can score a goal from any position. Nothing is impossible, and we will fight for the third title in a row. If you could win two cups, why not win the third?, - quotes the words of Daniel Carvahal Marca.”
Opinions
Daniel Carvajal Ramos,
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“Real Madrid's mentor Santiago Solari reacted to the statement of his ward Daniel Carvajal after the second leg of the Champions League final against Ajax. Defender of the "Royal Club" said that this season for the "Real" can be considered completed. “The words of Karvahal? He spoke on emotions, it can be understood. But do not forget that we still have the championship of Spain ", - said Solari.”
Scandals

The UEFA Control and Disciplinary Committee issued a decision on punishing Real Madrid’s defender Daniel Carvajal following the results of the UEFA Champions League group stage match (6-0), held on November 21. The Spanish player is disqualified for two matches, according to article 15 of the UEFA Disciplinary Regulations, for deliberately receiving a yellow card. Recall that the judge punished a football player already in stoppage time, when Karvahal entered the ball for a long time because of the touchline.
Carvajal has already missed the match of the sixth round of the Champions League group stage against Borussia Dortmund (3: 2). In this regard, it remains to serve only one game of disqualification, which came in the first match of the 1/8 finals of the tournament.
December 8, 2017

Statistics

Club statistics
League Season Club Apps Goals Assists Min. played Cards (Y/S/R)
La Liga 2020/2021 Real Madrid Real Madrid 3 0 0 213 2/0/0
La Liga 2019/2020 Real Madrid Real Madrid 31 1 5 2741 11/0/0
La Liga 2018/2019 Real Madrid Real Madrid 24 1 2 2106 10/0/0
La Liga 2017/2018 Real Madrid Real Madrid 25 0 2 2223 11/0/1
La Liga 2016/2017 Real Madrid Real Madrid 23 0 4 2014 11/0/0
La Liga 2015/2016 Real Madrid Real Madrid 22 0 4 1638 6/0/0
La Liga 2014/2015 Real Madrid Real Madrid 30 0 0 2275 12/0/0
La Liga 2013/2014 Real Madrid Real Madrid 31 2 0 2234 5/0/0
Bundesliga 2012/2013 Bayer Leverkusen Bayer Leverkusen 32 1 0 2780 7/0/0
Segunda B 2011/2012 Real Madrid II Real Madrid II 38 2 0 3374 16/0/0
Segunda B 2010/2011 Real Madrid II Real Madrid II 30 1 0 2620 9/1/1
League Season Club Apps Goals Assists Min. played Cards (Y/S/R)
Copa del Rey 2019/2020 Real Madrid Real Madrid 2 0 1 180 0/0/0
Copa del Rey 2018/2019 Real Madrid Real Madrid 4 0 2 316 1/0/0
Copa del Rey 2017/2018 Real Madrid Real Madrid 4 0 1 248 0/0/0
Copa del Rey 2016/2017 Real Madrid Real Madrid 4 0 2 231 1/0/0
Copa del Rey 2014/2015 Real Madrid Real Madrid 3 0 0 187 2/0/0
Copa del Rey 2013/2014 Real Madrid Real Madrid 4 0 0 346 1/0/0
DFB Pokal 2012/2013 Bayer Leverkusen Bayer Leverkusen 2 0 0 210 1/0/0
League Season Club Apps Goals Assists Min. played Cards (Y/S/R)
UEFA Champions League 2020/2021 Real Madrid Real Madrid 0 0 0 0 0/0/0
UEFA Champions League 2019/2020 Real Madrid Real Madrid 7 0 1 623 1/0/0
Club Friendlies 2019 Real Madrid Real Madrid 2 0 0 138 1/0/0
UEFA Super Cup 2018/2019 Real Madrid Real Madrid 1 0 0 120 0/0/0
UEFA Champions League 2018/2019 Real Madrid Real Madrid 6 0 1 419 1/0/0
FIFA Club World Cup 2018 UAE Real Madrid Real Madrid 2 0 0 180 1/0/0
Club Friendlies 2018 Real Madrid Real Madrid 1 0 0 77 0/0/0
UEFA Super Cup 2017/2018 Real Madrid Real Madrid 1 0 1 90 1/0/0
UEFA Champions League 2017/2018 Real Madrid Real Madrid 8 0 3 644 4/0/0
FIFA Club World Cup 2017 UAE Real Madrid Real Madrid 1 0 0 90 0/0/0
Club Friendlies 2017 Real Madrid Real Madrid 0 0 0 0 0/0/0
UEFA Super Cup 2016/2017 Real Madrid Real Madrid 1 1 0 120 1/0/0
UEFA Champions League 2016/2017 Real Madrid Real Madrid 11 0 5 976 2/0/0
FIFA Club World Cup 2016 Japan Real Madrid Real Madrid 2 0 0 210 1/0/0
Club Friendlies 2016 Real Madrid Real Madrid 1 0 0 27 0/0/0
UEFA Champions League 2015/2016 Real Madrid Real Madrid 8 1 0 682 3/0/0
Club Friendlies 2015 Real Madrid Real Madrid 2 0 0 62 0/0/0
UEFA Super Cup 2014/2015 Real Madrid Real Madrid 1 0 0 90 1/0/0
UEFA Champions League 2014/2015 Real Madrid Real Madrid 5 0 0 437 1/0/0
FIFA Club World Cup 2014 Mo… Real Madrid Real Madrid 2 0 0 163 1/0/0
Club Friendlies 2014 Real Madrid Real Madrid 3 0 0 132 1/0/0
UEFA Champions League 2013/2014 Real Madrid Real Madrid 10 0 0 786 1/0/0
UEFA Europa League 2012/2013 Bayer Leverkusen Bayer Leverkusen 2 0 0 164 2/0/0
National statistics
League Season National team Apps Goals Assists Min. played Cards (Y/S/R)
UEFA Nations League 2020/2021 Spain Spain 1 0 0 90 0/0/0
Friendlies 2020 Spain Spain 0 0 0 0 0/0/0
EC Qualification 2020 Spain Spain 4 0 0 351 0/0/0
UEFA Nations League 2018/2019 Spain Spain 2 0 0 165 1/0/0
WC Qualification Europe 2018 Spain Spain 5 0 0 450 0/0/0
World Cup 2018 Spain Spain 3 0 1 230 0/0/0
Friendlies 2018 Spain Spain 2 0 0 180 0/0/0
Friendlies 2017 Spain Spain 1 0 0 90 0/0/0
EC Qualification 2016 Spain Spain 2 0 0 180 0/0/0
Friendlies 2016 Spain Spain 2 0 0 175 1/0/0
Friendlies 2015 Spain Spain 2 0 0 180 0/0/0
Friendlies 2014 Spain Spain 1 0 0 90 0/0/0