The former Barcelona junior, 18, returns to Europe this summer, choosing Real Madrid ahead of offers from Barca, Manchester City, PSG and Bayern Munich. The Japanese youngster will pen a six-year deal with the club where he will play with Castilla under the orders of Raul Gonzalez.
Sought-after teenage star Takefusa Kubo is well-known in football circles after spending four years in the Blaugrana's famous La Masia youth academy, but was forced to leave after sanctions were imposed on the LaLiga outfit for signing underage players illegally.
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The attacking midfielder has been on a hot scoring streak recently the J. League first division, netting four goals across his last four games this season, but now has a chance to make a much bigger splash for one of the world's most prestigious teams. He debuted for the senior side aged just fifteen years and five months - a league record.
This is coming after the Los Blancos unveiled forward, Eden Hazard, on Thursday.
Kubo, who has been dubbed the "Japanese Messi", made his full global debut against El Salvador earlier this month and was also linked with Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain and Premier League champion Manchester City.