Dalian Yifang Midfield playerBelgium Carrasco Carrasco’s return to Atlético has become one of the most surprising movements at the end of the winter market. The Belgian returns to the club rojiblanco to reinforce a very needy offensive goal zone and opens an incognito for mattress fans who want to get their shirt: What number will you wear?The 26-year-old has few alternatives on his arrival, since with the squad formed since summer the usual numbers in the strikers are taken. The ’10’ that Carrasco was wearing at the time of leaving Atlético has Correa since the summer of 2018, when he changed it to the ’11’ he had previously carried. All players of the first team (22) have their assigned number and cannot change it at their own will midway through the course. However, the number that Carrasco wore on his arrival at Atlético in the summer of 2015 If you are free to screen it on your red and white shirt: the ’21’. The tip played at Atlético with that number in the 2015-16 season, where he played 43 games and scored five goals, one of them in the Champions League final against Real Madrid. From the next campaign he picked up the ’10’ of the gamer that Óliver Torres had left free and that accompanied him in his last year and a half of rojiblanco and in his two years in China. With the Belgian national team, he settled down with ’11’ behind his back after playing ‘7’, ’10’, ’18’ and ’21’ depending on the calls. That ’21’ that Lucas Hernández left free last summer At Atlético and since then nobody has picked up at the club. Carrasco during his career he also used the ’17’ in Monaco for three seasons, before catching the ’10’ in the course prior to making the jump to Atlético. The ’17’ is owned by Saponjic in the mattress template. The other two unused numbers in Atlético are Number 3′, which until summer belonged to Filipe Luis before heading to Brazil and the ’25’, which usually corresponds to the third goalkeeper of the template. Also if a last minute player came out I could give him an alternative, although it seems unlikely. If the logical canons are met, Carrasco will use the ’21’ again as he did on his arrival at the club during a course.