Diego Martinez you already have new cash on your staff. The rojiblanco club has officially confirmed this morning the signing from the midfielder Domingos Quina, which comes as on loan from Watford FC of the second category of English football.
Born in Guinea-Bissau but with Portuguese nationality, Quina will be a rojiblanco player until the end of the season and will occupy the position of Ramón Azeez that he is about to leave because the Nigerian is about to leave the Nasrid box in search of the minutes that the coach has not granted him.
Complete the medullary
With this signing, at least the core of Granada CF is completed so punished lately by the injuries of key men such as Gonalons or Milla, in addition to Montoro who is catching up again in recent weeks. Another thing is that you have many options to play considering your youth and that reaches a team done, immersed in three competitions and with a series of automatisms that the young player trained at Benfica must learn.
The good relationship that the rojiblanca entity still maintains with the English team, owned by Gino Pozzo, has allowed this loan from a footballer who has developed his professional career in England. As a youth, he signed for Chelsea in one of the usual signings of young talents made by said club. Later, he signed for the second team of the West Ham until he made his debut with the first team, he even participated in the Europa League.
But it was in the 2018-2019 campaign when he signed for Watford with which he debuted against Manchester City in the Premier League on December 4, 2018. His youth and a shoulder injury made him not play as much as he would have liked, ending the season with eight games played for a total of 335 minutes in the Premier, to which must be added the 186 he played in the FA Cup. He had less participation last year, with a total of six games played between the two top English competitions. The bad campaign of the London squad, which ended descending to the Championship, did not help his progression.
In the current campaign he has counted something else, starting in the team currently trained by the Spanish Francisco Javier Muñoz Llompart, Xisco. Specifically, he has acted in fourteen duels, eight as a starter, being substituted six times and entered from the bench as many times, in which he scored a goal in 743 minutes who was on the field of play. Xisco, who arrived in December after replacing Vladimir Ivic, has not counted on him and, in fact, He has not played an official match since December 12, which does not help him integrate into the rojiblanca dynamic with matches every three days practically every month.
What has been international in the lower categories of Portugal, from the U17 to the U21 team, and it has been proclaimed European champion under 17 and under 19 with the Portuguese team. Diego Martínez demanded “level additions” in the previous one against Osasuna in El Sadar and Quina has arrived, a young soccer player with projection who will have to show his level.