Stuttgart keep tabs on Real Madrid, Barcelona youth players

VfB Stuttgart coach Bruno Labbadia during his side's match with Bayern Munich on April 28, 2012
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Stuttgart coach Bruno Labbadia says that Real Madrid and Barcelona youth players are always trained well and "interesting" prospects to sign.

Bundesliga side Stuttgart's coach Bruno Labbadia has admitted that his club keep an eye on players at the youth academies of Real Madrid and Barcelona.

Labbadia, who was asked by Bild about the potential availability of Real's Jorge Casado, said that youth players from both the Spanish giants are always "well trained".

"The players of the reserve teams of Real and Barcelona are often very interesting, because they are both technically and tactically incredibly well trained," he said.

Casado, who has never played for the Real first team, has been at the club since the age of 11.

Vedad Ibisevic
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