It's good to be Carlos Henrique Casemiro right now. Having been scouted out by numerous big-name soccer clubs from all around the world, the Brazilian footballer got snatched up by Madrid. However, he's going to start out on the second division team, which should help the young star prepare for first division intensity and competition.
Casemiro, 20, already has five international caps to his name and was reportedly on the radar of several of Europe's biggest clubs, including Paris St Germain and Internazionale.
He will begin his career in the Spanish capital with the club's 'B' team in the second division.
"The Brazilian midfielder, who has arrived on loan from Săo Paulo, will strengthen the reserve team until the end of the season," a statement on Madrid's official website confirmed.