Winning one league title in a season is a dream come true for most players but Alvaro Odriozola will get his hands on two winners medals this season.
The Spanish right back started the campaign with his parent club Real Madrid and made four appearances in La Liga.
However, Odriozola was allowed to leave the Real Madrid in the search of first-team action during the Mid season, he joined German giants Bayern Munich in a loan deal.
Odriozola time with the Bavarians didn't go as planned, the Spaniard found it difficult to get playing in the Bundesliga, and was only limited to three appearances before the season ended.
Even with his limited appearance, Odriozola still received a medal for his contributions and there's a chance he gets one for 'Los Blancos' after their 34th domestic title
Born in San Sebastián, Basque region of Spain, Odriozola joined Real Sociedad's youth setup in 2006, at the age of ten. In the summer of 2018, Odriozola joined the Los Blancos for a fee of €30 million.
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