Marcos Llorente

Soccer Player

Marcos Llorente was born in Madrid, Community of Madrid, Spain on January 30th, 1995 and is the Soccer Player. At the age of 29, Marcos Llorente biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 30, 1995
Place of Birth
Madrid, Community of Madrid, Spain
29 years old
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Association Football Player
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Marcos Llorente Life

He appeared in 39 competitive matches over three seasons as well as serving a loan at Alavés. He joined Atlético Madrid in June 2019 in his second season in La Liga, while being deployed in various positions.

In 2020, Llorente made his complete debut for Spain. He was drafted into the squad at Euro 2020 and was in charge of a hazmat team.

Personal life

Llorente's brother, a youth supporter, has ties to both football and the club. Francisco Gento, his father, and his great uncle Francisco Gento were wingers, while Ramón Grosso, his maternal grandfather, was a forward.


Marcos Llorente Career

Club career

Llorente, a native of Madrid, joined Real Madrid's youth program in 2008, at the age of 13. After impressing with the Juvenil squad, he was promoted straight to the reserves by manager Zinedine Zidane in July 2014.

Llorente made his senior debut on August 24, 2014, starting with a 2–1 loss against Atlético Madrid B in the Segunda División B. He appeared in 25 games during his career, totaling 1,637 minutes of action.

Llorente spent the 2015 season with the first team, playing in friendlies against Manchester City, Inter Milan, and Válfa Fotball. He made his professional – and La Liga – debut on October 17th of this year, playing as a second-half replacement for Mateo Kovaz in a 3–0 home win over Levante UD.

Llorente was loaned to La Liga club Deportivo Alavés for the season on August 10, 2016. In a 2–1 victory over FC Barcelona on September 10, he played the full 90 minutes.

Llorente's deal was extended until 2021 on September 23, 2017. In that campaign's UEFA Champions League, he made one appearance, winning their third consecutive and 13th overall title in the tournament.

On December 22, 2018, Llorente scored his first competitive goal for the team, defeating Al Ain FC 4–1 in the FIFA Club World Cup final and being named Player of the match in the process.

Llorente was signed by Atlético Madrid, a local rival, on a five-year contract for a reported £35 million. In the 1–0 home win over Getafe CF on August 18, he made his official debut on August 18th and spent 25 minutes. In a 2–2 draw at Valencia CF on February 14, his first goal came the following day.

Llorente scored twice to tie the match 2–2 after moving Diego Costa early in the second half in an eventual 3–2 victory and qualification. He was named man of the match in the league match against CA Osasuna on June 17 after returning from the bench in the 63rd minute, scoring a solo goal and then assisting twice in the 5–0 loss.

In 2020–21 (second best in the squad behind Luis Suárez's 21) and 11 assists; the Colchoneros were crowned champions after a seven-year absence; in the process, Llorente became the first player to record double digits in both categories since 2008–09.

International career

Llorente earned his first cap for the Spain under-21 team on October 10, 2016, with the complete victory over Estonia in the 2017 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifiers in Pontevedra. In November 2020, he was called up to the senior squad for a friendly against the Netherlands and UEFA Nations League qualifiers against Switzerland and Germany. He made his first appearance against the first opponent, defusing Sergio Canales for the last 18 minutes of the 1–1 draw in Amsterdam.

Llorente was included in Spain's 24-man squad for UEFA Euro 2020 on May 24-21. During the tournament, he was sent right back.


Atletico Madrid star reveals the footballers'-favourite foods he's BANNED from his diet ahead of Champions League clash with Dortmund, April 9, 2024
Marcos Llorente has revealed how he avoids eating processed foods and trains on an empty stomach ahead of Atletico Madrid 's clash with Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday night. The 29-year-old says he has cut out pasta, bread and rice. Instead, he eats regular potatoes, sweet potatoes and cassava - which is a major staple food in the developing world, providing a basic diet for over half a billion people.

Brahim Diaz is a natural performer, and 'El Tigretro' in Barcelona needs to be a bit less tigerish, while Sevilla's 'El Tigrinho' struck a sour note... ten THINGS WE LEARNED from LaLiga, February 7, 2024
PETE JENSON: Former Manchester City forward Brahim Diaz shone for Real Madrid, but the team's injury-plagued defense conceded to a late penalty, putting them only two points ahead of next week's top-two clash against Girona. Barça descended on Xavi's Barça, a young Brazilian who later saw the red. Marcelino did not mince his words when explaining why he hooked Sorloth at halftime, and he didn't mince his words elsewhere. oh, and a Sevilla player was touched up while attempting to get a throw-in (yes, that really happened). Here are ten things we learned from LaLiga.

Real Madrid 1-1 Atletico Madrid: Marcos Llorente grabs late equaliser in Madrid derby as points are shared at the Santiago Bernabeu after Brahim Diaz's first-half strike for Los Blancos, February 4, 2024
When Marcos Llorente scored a late equalizer for Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid allowed two points to slip away in injury time at the Santiago Bernabeu. Atletico's slim hopes of winning the title race are doomed to be determined by the 1-1 final results, but they do help Girona get a helping hand - the gap at the top is only two points ahead of the second-placed team's visit to Bernabeu next weekend. Real Madrid was tense before the game began, with Vinicius suffering a neck injury and pulling out of the starting line-up. Joselu's replacement was revealed as Joselu, but Carlo Ancelotti opted for Brahim Diaz in the first half, and the former Manchester City youngster dazzled in the first half, scoring a brilliant opening.
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