Antonio Floro Flores has confirmed he is set to join Spanish side Granada, a club owned by Udinese patrons the Pozzo family.
The striker has had difficulties with Coach Francesco Guidolin and the fans in the last few months of his stay at the Stadio Friuli.
He was due to be sold, but confirmed today via a Twitter picture of his contract and the phrase 'We're going to Spain' that there is another plan.
Udinese will loan Floro Flores to Granada so he can gain Liga experience and improve himself as a player.
It is expected to be a one-season loan with no option to buy, although both clubs are owned by the Pozzo family.
He’d be the second Udinese player to be revitalised at Granada after Gabriel Torje made the move on loan earlier this month.
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