The Argentine central Nehuén Pérez, the latest incorporation of Spanish Granada in the summer market, believes that the rojiblanco club is “a good option” to “grow as a player” and added that it comes to the entity “with humility” to try to contribute its “grain of sand”.
“It all happened very quickly, from Granada they showed me a lot of interest and it seemed like a good idea and option to be able to grow as a player because the club has been growing and that is exciting “, said Nehuén Pérez this Thursday in his virtual presentation as a new rojiblanco player.
“I come to contribute my bit with humility, I hope it will be a great year for the club and for me,” added the Argentine, who defined himself as an “intelligent” center-back who tries to “read the plays and be well placed” and that he still has “a lot to learn”.
Nehuén Pérez, 20 years old and who reaches the end of the season on loan from Atlético de MadridHe is clear that “a central defender has to have personality” and that he will try to do whatever the coach asks of him to “be able to compete here.”
He acknowledged that he had a telephone conversation with Diego Martínez, in which the rojiblanco coach stressed “the humility of the club and that here all the players are the same”, something that he liked and transmitted “a lot” to him.
“My idea was always to play, here they told me that I would have opportunities by having three competitions. I am young, I need to play and that they continue to see me for the national team, and this is a good place to show it”, sentenced Nehuén, who comes from being part of the last call-up of the Argentine National Team.
The Argentine international, who entered the last call for the Albiceleste, although it was one of Lionel Scaloni’s discards, said that all the people with whom he has spoken about Granada told him “wonders of the club” and that the fact of “power competing in Europe and having the best season in its history last year “weighed on when accepting the rojiblanca offer.
The general director of Granada, Antonio Fernández Monterrubio, was grateful to Nehuén Pérez for “trusting in this project and joining this family” and said he was “sure” that his adaptation “is going to be very fast” and that “it is going to help the team continue to grow. “
Granada’s sports director, Fran Sánchez, stated that “when the possibility of incorporating” the player arose, everything was “fast and very simple on his part” and that at the Andalusian club “he can grow, as has happened with other players in the last seasons “.