Everyone would like to have a good player and truly call them your own. Wearing the badge near his heart from his childhood at the academy to the pitch on his debut. That hasn't happened much at Real Madrid. Why so? Yet the first team is so prestigious and has a great history, La Fábrica hasn't been the same ever since. Ever since the Perez era began. When Florentino joined the club, he wanted to take advantage of its wealth to develop it. He wanted to use the wallet and did not promote the youth system that much. Our most successful academy graduates are undoubtedly Raúl and Iker Casillas. Carvajal, Nacho, Casemiro, Lucas Vazquez and Mariano are our pretty impressive and good ones. Because of their achievements at Real Madrid. But they aren't as good as the ones bought. Nacho isn't as good as Ramos, Lucas Vazquez isn't as Gareth Bale and Mariano not as impactful and potential as Benzema. In the recent times, Carvajal and Casemiro can be considered as our best academy graduates. But this is how it should be looked as: the academy graduates should be as good or even better than the ones already their after about 3-4 years with the first team. This way, not only La Fábrica would develop but also the first team, and we would have a unique style of play and some effect of originality in the team. _ Buying a 19 year old talent for about €40M then making him play for the Castilla for about 3 games then making him part of the first team isn't as good as having your own talent, who joined when he was about 7, went through the academy for years then made his debut at a very young age. And in this case, the chances that the player in the academy will succeed are very high, as he has been brought up and trained by the club's academy itself. Youth over money. Trust of the youth over spending for the young talents. That's all we're asking for.