While still in his first year of Youth, he was a key player in the Historical Zaragoza that was proclaimed champion of the Youth Honor Division League and the Champions Cup in 2019. That good performance earned him the attention of David Gordo, who included him in the list of the U-17 World Cup in Brazil.Upon returning from that championship, he found the good news that Víctor Fernández included him in a first-team call: “He is a 17-year-old ‘veteran’, he has a great maturity and self-confidence for his age,” the first team coach explained. Shortly after, in December, he made his debut as a starter in the Copa del Rey against Socuéllamos. He did it as a left back and skipped the step of Deportivo Aragón (the subsidiary, who plays in Third). He went directly from the Junior Division of Honor to the first team. A multipurpose that can not pressure … Alejandro Francés (Zaragoza, 2002) is the type of soccer player that any coach would want to have on his team: covers any position of the defense. It is right or central lateral, although it also adapts well to the left lateral. His physical power, good positioning and his defensive abilities allow him to comply with note in any of the positions behind.In addition to being versatile, he is the exemplary youth squad that all clubs claim: Born in Zaragoza, with Aragonese roots and raised from an early age in the Club’s Sports City. He took his first steps in the San Gregorio Arrabal and later in the Balsas Picarral, but in Alevín he entered the Zaragoza quarry, in which it has been indisputable for all coaches.