ANDhe Gabi Deck’s return to Real Madrid has placed a dream squad in the hands of Pablo Laso. But he has also assumed the ‘overbooking’ in some positions. Especially in the ‘4’ after the recoveries of Anthony Randolph and Trey Thompsonwhich join their name to that of the Argentine and that of Guerschon Yabusele.

Four consecrated stars for a position to which he also aspires Tristan Vukcevi?, the great jewel of the Madrid academy who has seen how the arrival of so many figures can leave him without minutes. For this reason, both the club and the player himself are beginning to assess alternatives with which to not cut off the progression of the player born in Italy.

The basket that shows that Vukcevic is the future for Madrid

And among those options appears that of an old acquaintance of Real Madrid. According to Total Basketthe Zeljko Obradovic’s Partizan would be close to closing the transfer of the Real Madrid power forward until 2023. An incorporation that could be imminent if, as it seems, an agreement that seems closer and closer is closed.

In this way, the Whites’ academy player would have the opportunity to continue evolving in his game at the hands of one of the best coaches on the Old Continent and in a team with aspirations both in the domestic championship and in Europe, where he rules in the Eurocup together with the Youth from Badalona.

Vukcevic, who has played a total of 32 games in the ACB with the white shirt and 12 in the Euroleaguethis season he has played 24 games with Real Madrid, averaging 2.1 points, 1.2 rebounds in the top continental competition and 3.3 points and 2.2 rebounds in the Endesa League.

a marked destiny

the young talent was born in Italy, while his father stood out in the ranks of Montepaschi after leaving Real Madrid, although it was in Greece where he began to discover his passion for the sport of the basket. With his father as prop at Olympiacos, little Tristan took his first steps in the Piraeus teamwhere his name began to spread like wildfire in the gossip of continental basketball.

This is how the new pearl of the Madrid youth academy plays

His physique drew attention (he arrived in Madrid with 2.07), la good wrist inherited from his father and an intelligence and handling of the ball that allowed him to alternate different positions on the pitch Three characteristics that soon caught the attention of Alberto Angulo, head of the youth categories at Real Madrid, who did not hesitate to launch himself for the signing of him to form a new jewel in the prolific white youth academy.