Two days ago there was still no formal offer on the table, although everything indicates that Granada are strongly committed to the incorporation of midfielder Víctor Meseguer after the departure of Luis Milla. The Murcian still has a year left on his contract but, before being able to free himself next summer, Mirandés intends to make the sale of the player profitable.
From the city of the Alhambra It is assumed that the red and white entity will offer around one million euros, in addition to including the transfer of Isma Ruiz in the agreement. The youth team have already made their debut for Granada in the top flight, playing a total of 348 minutes. Karanka wants the 21-year-old to continue growing in professional football as his presence in the XI would be very difficult for the Andalusian side.
On the other hand, the rojillo sporting director, Chema Aragón, sees the continuity of Meseguer as very complicated. This, yes, the red club are not ready to accept the transfer at all costs, so the negotiations could take a little longer.
Meanwhile, the sports field is focusing its efforts on hiring at least four wingers and another striker. Over the past few hours, interest has grown in securing the services of Hugo Vallejo. The Real Valladolid left-winger could join Anduva on loan. The Granada footballer needs minutes after missing last season almost completely with a serious knee injury.
Barbu, Michelis and Salinas, featured
In another order of ideas, the club officially presented its last three born. Central defenders Barbu and Michelis made their debuts for their new team in the friendly against Athletic, disputed in Anduva. “I’m taking a big leap in my career and I want to continue my progress,” says the first of them. For his part, the Greek player believes that he will soon adapt to Mirandés’ style of play: “Spanish football is more attacking than Italian, which is more tactical. I enjoyed my first game coming out from behind with the ball. It’s okay with me.”
The one who couldn’t take part against the Bizkaia team was the left-back, José Salinas, who will step onto the pitch at Anduva next Friday.. “I had other proposals, but I wanted to come to Mirandés from the start. This club has been a springboard for many young people. I’m sure it will be a great year.”