The Sevilla coach believes that Jose Mourinho knows what is best for academy graduates but admits that it has been some time since youth was given a chance by Los Blancos
Current boss Jose Mourinho has been accused of neglecting academy graduates in recent weeks, after electing to play Michael Essien as a makeshift left-back as opposed to Nacho, a youngster at the club.
The 49-year-old denied that he knew about the situation at the capital club, though he did admit that it has been a long time since young players were given an opportunity to impress for the Spanish champions.
"Mourinho will have information about the Cantera to publicise. I don't know what is really happening," he explained to reporters at a press conference.
"The only thing I know is that young players from the Cantera only got in the first team under [Vicente] del Bosque, not with the rest."
Del Bosque, now in charge of Spain, coached Real Madrid across three spells, and delivered two Champions League title to the Bernabeu.