Marvin Park, the right-sided Castilla product, who played 4 games for Zinedine Zidane’s Real Madrid first team, has attracted interest from abroad. According to a report from Di Marzio, Torino have inquired about securing Marvin Park’s services. The Serie A side finished 17th in the last campaign, just four points above the relegation zone, and are now on the market for new young talent to ensure their top flight status for another season.
The winger, who has the versatility to play as a fullback, would likely leave on a loan deal or sold for a small fee with Real Madrid retaining an option to buy-back. The Spaniard, who’s also eligible to play for Nigeria and South Korea, produced his first assist in professional football against Granada in matchday 36 of La Liga. The youngster’s stock has been on the rise after helping Juvenil A win the UEFA Youth League last summer and then moving to Real Madrid Castilla for the following season.
Torino is the first club to register public interest in Marvin Park, but other clubs may follow suit. Real Mallorca may come in to the fold as the club have officially be re-promoted to La Liga and Marvin was born in Palma de Mallorca. A return to his hometown club could be on the cards, but if Torino push hardest then a deal with the Italian club may be more likely.