Gabriel Torje and Antonio Floro Flores have reflected on their moves made this summer from Udinese to Granada.
The two attackers both recently had season-long loan moves from the Serie A side to the Primera Division outfit confirmed within a day of each other.
In being presented to the Spanish media in a joint Press conference, the duo reflected on their new surroundings.
“I have seen many games of Granada’s and what I like is the fans,” exclaimed youngster Torje, who has been nicknamed the Romanian Lionel Messi.
“Messi is the best player. I can only strive and work every day to become a better player myself.”
Meanwhile, Floro Flores was also optimistic of his future in La Liga.
“I really wanted to leave Italy,” the 29-year-old admitted. “That I had not done so before was because I had not received any offers as interesting as that from Granada.
“I hope to score many goals here and show my passion.”
Torje and Floro Flores are the latest in a long line of players to have been loaned from Udinese to Granada, two clubs that are both owned by Giampaolo Pozzo. The Pozzo family has just invested in a third club, English Championship side Watford.
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