Nigerian youngster, Marvin Olawale Akinlabi Park has been unveiled by Real Madrid with the player joining up with the Castilla side, reports.


The attacking midfielder was born in Mallorca Spain in March 2000 to a Nigerian father and a Korean mother and is eligible to play for all three nations, depending on where he decides to pitch his tent.


A statement on the club’s website confirmed Olalwale’s inclusion in the club’s youth setup for the new season.


“An attacking-minded midfielder who is a danger when he joins the attack; his ability in one-on-one situations also makes him a threat.


“He took his first steps in the game in his native Balearic Islands and possesses a very direct style, which fully exploits his pace and power. He also has fine ability with both feet,” the club said, whilst describing Olawale.


Before he moved to Real Madrid in 2016, Marvin had his development at various club sides such as Sporting Ciudad de Palma, Tranmere Rovers, Sporting Ciudad de Palma, La Salle, and Es Jonquet Penya Arrabal.


Olawale will be very much available for Madrid in this season’s UEFA Youth League as he hopes to follow in the footsteps of the likes of Marco Asensio and Jese Rodriquez who stepped up into the main Madrid team following their exploits with the Castilla side.