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Tuesday July 3 2012
Torje, Floro Flores on Granada

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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