Despite playing in just ten games total during the 2019/20 season — across La Liga, the Bundesliga, the DFB-Pokal, and the Champions League — Odriozola ended his season with five trophies as Bayern Munich secured a treble (Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal, Champions League) while he was on loan from Real Madrid, which won La Liga and the Supercopa de España.
Maybe he’s lucky or maybe this was all part of some grandiose master plan from Bayern Munich sporting director Hasan “Brazzo” Salihamidzic, but either way, Odriozola did something that is extremely difficult to do.
All that ... and he didn’t even complain about the weather in Germany (unlike some other recent Real Madrid loanees). If you are a club looking to bring in a proven winner, you need to look no further than Odrizola, a true champ’s champ (or is it champ’s champ-champ-champ-champ?).
UPDATE! Álvaro’s farewell to Bayern
The best way to say goodbye is with the best trophy of them all. Now I know why @FCBayern is so legendary. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.— Álvaro Odriozola (@alvaroodriozola) August 24, 2020
Der beste Abschied mit der besten Trophäe. Jetzt weiss ich warum du so gross bist, #Bayern. Danke von ganzem Herzen! #MiaSanMia pic.twitter.com/EkKWK6v0Ky