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Watch: Real Madrid’s Takefusa Kubo nutmegs four players to score for Japan

Real Madrid wonderkid Takefusa Kubo showed why he’s been nicknamed the ‘Japanese Messi’ with a unique goal during a friendly clash against Jamaica. Kubo moved to Madrid from Tokyo FC in the summer of 2019, having previously spent four years in Barcelona’s La Masia academy. The 20-year-old is yet to...
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Real Madrid midfielder Takefusa Kubo delighted with Getafe welcome

Real Madrid midfielder Takefusa Kubo is happy with his first week at Getafe. Kubo left his loan with Villarreal to join Getafe to the end of this season. "[Expectations and pressure] come thanks to what I have been doing and it is also true that there are few Japanese in LaLiga Santander," Kubo told Getafe's official media.
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Real Madrid midfielder Takefusa Kubo explains Getafe choice

Real Madrid midfielder Takefusa Kubo has explained his loan switch to Getafe. The Japan international has signed for Getafe to the end of this season after having his loan with Villarreal terminated by mutual consent. He explained, "I chose Getafe because they were the ones who interested me the most...
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DONE DEAL: Getafe complete signing of Real Madrid winger Takefusa Kubo

Getafe have completed the signing of Real Madrid winger Takefusa Kubo. Kubo found first team minutes hard to come by under Unai Emery at Villarreal and pushed for an early exit from his two-year loan agreement with the Yellow Submarine. Kubo featured 19 times for Villarreal, but played just 687...
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Real Madrid officially sends Takefusa Kubo on a new loan to Getafe

Takefusa Kubo will spend the rest of the season with Getafe before returning to Real Madrid at the end of the season. The year 2020 might have been behind us, but Real Madrid loanee Takefusa Kubo‘s 2020 didn’t exactly end in the best way possible as he was subjected to the periphery by Villarreal boss Unai Emery. Unlike many people thought, Kubo’s Villarreal loan stint was a big failure.
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Real Madrid winger Takefusa Kubo leaving Villarreal for Getafe

Real Madrid winger Takefusa Kubo is leaving Villarreal for Getafe. The Japanese international hasn't featured regularly under Unai Emery at the Estadio de la Ceramica, playing 700 minutes, starting seven games and scoring one goal in the first half of the season. According to Onda Cero, Real Madrid haven given...
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Real Madrid wonderkid Takefusa Kubo is desperate 'for a way out' of his Villarreal loan, reveals manager Unai Emery with Japanese starlet wanted by Getafe for the rest of the season

Villarreal manager Unai Emery admitted attacker Takefusa Kubo is 'looking for a way out' of his loan from Real Madrid. Since joining Los Blancos in 2019 from FC Tokyo, the Japanese wonderkid spent last season on loan at Mallorca before being shipped off again this term to Emery's Villarreal. Kubo...
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Real Madrid: Takefusa Kubo wants to return, but here’s why he can’t

Villarreal want to let Takefusa Kubo leave, but a return to Real Madrid is highly unlikely. Keeping track of Real Madrid loanee Takefusa Kubo‘s Villarreal loan hasn’t been a very pleasing experience. Although I haven’t watched many games, my friend and fellow writer at The Real Champs, Hridyam Arora, told me that Kubo hasn’t lived up to the expectations. He has been observing Kubo’s appearances, having to also watch matches where the Japanese starlet didn’t play a single second.
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Real Madrid: The three clubs that have asked for Takefusa Kubo

Real Madrid attacking midfielder Takefusa Kubo hasn’t played much for Villarreal in La Liga, so other Spanish clubs are circling. Despite all the rumors indicating Villarreal may be open to terminating Takefusa Kubo‘s loan from Real Madrid, it’s still hard to believe that such a move will actually happen. Kubo may not be able to find the right opportunity elsewhere, as any interested club must be able to find a place for him.
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Real Madrid loanee Takefusa Kubo ‘closer’ to leaving Villarreal in January

Real Madrid youngster Takefusa Kubo joined Villarreal on loan this summer to a great deal of fanfare, but things have not progressed ideally. So far this season, Real Madrid loanee Takefusa Kubo has made 11 appearances off the bench for Villarreal with just two starts in La Liga. He has been pushed to improve and refine the smaller details of his game by Unai Emery, whose team is in contention for a Champions League spot next season.