Saul Niguez Daughter: When suspicions concerning Saul Gonzalez’s future resurfaced following his substitution at half-time during the Atlético de Madrid’s match against Getafe, during a season in which he has not been at his best, the footballer took to social media to express his feelings for the rojiblanco club once more.
Saul became a parent for the first time just a few short weeks ago. Africa is the name of a young lady who is already a member of Atlético de Madrid. And his father has proudly published the mattress entity’s card number 148,098 on social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
“He already has it,” Sal has written alongside a snapshot of the certificate that recognizes Africa as a member of the rojiblanca family, which is accompanied by the text of the photo.
“Sal” is a Spanish professional footballer who plays as a center or defensive midfielder for Chelsea (on loan from Atlético Madrid) and the Spain national team. He was born in Madrid and is the son of Sal guez Esclápez.
Atlético Madrid’s youth academy nurtured him into an accomplished player who went on to participate in more than 300 competitive appearances for the club. During the 2013–14 season, he was on loan to Rayo Vallecano, who played in the same division as Real Madrid.
With a long history of playing for Spain at various young levels, Sal contributed to the under-21 team’s second-place result in the 2017 European Championship, where he was the leading scorer. He has been selected to represent his country at the 2018 World Cup.
Sal was born in Elche, Alicante, Valencian Community, and began his professional career with Real Madrid at the age of 11 before joining cross-city rivals Atlético Madrid in 2008. Amid a disappointing season in which they finished in midtable, he made his senior debut in 2010–11, playing with the reserves in the third level. His first goal came in a 3–1 away win against Extremadura UD on 10 April 2011, which was his only other goal of the campaign.
Summer 2011 saw Sal join the Atlético Madrid main squad for pre-season training, which he completed. On July 10, he scored twice in a friendly victory over CD Arcángel, which ended in a 19–1 score.
In a UEFA Europa League match against Beşiktaş JK on March 8, 2012, Sal made his official debut for the Colchoneros first team, playing the final six minutes of the game to earn a 3–1 home victory and a 6–1 aggregate victory. He was only 17 years and 108 days old at the time.
It was on September 20th that he made his second appearance, this time as a substitute in the Europa League against Hapoel Tel Aviv FC; three days later, he scored both goals for Atlético B in a 2–1 away derby victory against Real Madrid C.
He made his La Liga debut on April 21, 2013, when he played two minutes in a 1–0 victory over Sevilla FC, in which he came on to replace fellow youth graduate Koke. On 4 May, he made his second league appearance with the first team, this time against Deportivo de La Corua, this time starting off the bench (0–0).
Sal signed a season-long loan agreement with Rayo Vallecano on the 21st of July in 2013. Following his return, he played in both legs of Atlético Madrid’s 2014 Supercopa de Espana victory over Real Madrid, beginning in the first match of the competition.