A Spanish footballer Borja García Freire plays as a midfielder for Real Madrid Castilla. Borja was born on 2 November 1990 in Torremocha de Jarama, Community of Madrid.
Freire started playing the youth football at the academy of SR Villaverde. At that time, he became an integral part of the youth team. In 2007, the young midfielder was scouted by Rayo Vallecano, where the next two years were successfully spent. After Borja finished his formation, he was tested sufficiently on the professional level to earn the spot.
After passing those tests successfully, the midfielder joined Rayo B. The debut season for the reserves was lined with 10 goals produced in 42 games. After such a successful performance, the head coach opted to promote Freire to the club’s main eleven. He played an essential part in the team during the 2010/2011 season. In total, he finished the spell with three goals scored in 30 matches.
In 2011, Borja transferred to Córdoba. He produced an exceptional performance during his very first season. The midfielder appeared 38 times and amassed 17 balls becoming the squad’s best player. There’s no wonder, that very soon the talented footballer was noticed by Real Madrid. Freire agreed on a deal with the club and in 2012 joined the B team. He’s made more than 20 appearances for the reserves.
On international level, Borja represented the Spain U-19 team in 2007.
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