The Tenerife presented his only two signings in the winter market this Wednesday, the Danish Riza Durmisi and the Sevillian Kike Salasto strengthen the two positions asked by his coach, Luis Miguel Ramis, left and center back, respectively.
This was said by the entity’s sports adviser, Juan Guerrero, who explained that the footballers brought together, both on loan, is what they want “from the start” and for this reason we have to wait for the last two days of the market, although they also tried it in other positions, without the same result.
This is the case of the striker Loren Moron, which finally went to eternal blue and white rivals, UD Las Palmas. Guerrero assured that the club had nothing to do with the banner that appeared in the stands during the match against Ponferradina that read “Loren we are waiting for you.”
To those who came, Riza Durmisi will strengthen the left-back defense, although he considers himself an “attacking” full-back who likes to “attack” a lot, and, although he is not as prominent at Leganés, he will try to find it in Tenerife. “That’s why I went, to regain my good work level, goals and assists,” he said.
will bring the number 21 and he will compete for a position with Nacho Martínez from Madrid, whom he says he doesn’t know (“I don’t watch football,” he admits), like no one else among his new colleagues in the blue and white dressing room, as he commented in a press conference.
For his part, the young Sevillian central defender Kike Salas, On loan from Sevilla, he admits he hasn’t followed the Second Division much, but is sure Tenerife will grow and go “top of the table”.
The defender came on the advice of striker Iván Romero, whom he knew well from his past in the Seville subsidiary, and chose number 3.
The general manager of the club, Santiago Pozassaid there is economic margin to bring in more players, “and there’s still some left over, in case there’s anything free the coaching staff might be interested in.”
One of the names pending until the last moment is the Balearic goalkeeper Tom Nadal from Real Oviedo, who already had an agreement with Tenerife, but the Asturian team could not find a replacement for him in the squad and stopped his departure.
Source: La Verdad
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