Here we show you those youth players that left and came back to their home like club
Every player has a childhood club where he starts his football career and then makes his decision whether to choose loyalty or look for competition. And Lionel Messi is the best example that you can be the greatest player ever even if you choose loyalty over competition.
This article will tell you about those youth players that left their beloved club once but came back surprisingly.
Youth Player’s Homecoming
- Marco Reus – Borussia Mönchengladbach to Borussia Dortmund
- Cesc Fabregas – Arsenal to Barcelona
- Jordi Alba – Valencia to Barcelona
- Rodri – Villareal to Atletico Madrid
- Paul Pogba – Manchester United to Juventus
- Mats Hummels – Borussia Dortmund to Bayern Munich
- Dani Carvajal – Bayer Leverkusen to Real Madrid
- Alvaro Morata – Chelsea to Atletico Madrid
Dortmund has always been Marco Reus’ home club since 1995 when he was just a little kid. In 2009, Borussia Mönchengladbach signed Marco Reus from Rot Weiss Ahlen but he made a homecoming in 2012 when Dortmund signed him back.
Paul Pogba has made a sensational return to Juventus after serving Manchester United for six years. But the sad part is that his one of the closest friends Paulo Dybala has left the club after seven successful years at the club.
In 2011, Cesc Fabregas made a sensational comeback to Barcelona from Arsenal. His former teammate Jordi Alba was signed by Valencia in 2009 but he eventually came back to be a Catalan in 2012.
Alvaro Morata has been a part of some of the best clubs in the world. He has played for Juventus, Chelsea, Atletico Madrid and even Real Madrid. But since Atletico Madrid is his childhood club, he is loved by both the Madrid sides.