Las Palmas and Atlético de Madrid agree to loan the footballer until June 30. It will be his third stage as yellow
Vitolo's return to UD Las Palmas is a matter of hours. He will complete his third stage with the yellow jersey. Both the club and Atlético de Madrid expect to sign the transfer agreement shortly. Las Palmas will take care of part of his file -he still has two more years with the red and white entity-. Vitolo has been in Gran Canaria for a few days, waiting for his hiring, presentation and trip to Malaga to be made official under the Barcelona coach García Pimienta. A star signing for UD Las Palmas and a dream come true thanks to the efforts and perseverance of the president
Miguel Angel Ramirezwho for several months had the footballer's word that this season he would wear the yellow shirt again to support a sports project that is beginning to take shape.
"It's agreed upon," sentenced the highest representative on the club's official station a few days ago. The player wants to feel like a footballer again after his erratic transfer to the
Getafe. Neither with the help of Michel, nor with that of Quique Sánchez Flores, he managed to gain a foothold in the azulón team. He barely added 216 minutes past the halfway point of the season, with no more than seven games, only one start. Again, injuries have taken their toll and he missed seven games due to a muscle injury.
During the summer Vitolo went to the
Barranco Seco Sports City for which he carried out specific work with the club's physical preparations and retrainers. A few weeks ago he underwent a minor operation to clean one of his knees, but the club is confident that he can at least play one of the friendly matches scheduled on the Costa del Sol. His recovery is going well, as he is within the margins established by medical services.
UD Las Palmas sold Vitolo in June 2013 for 3 million euros to Sevilla, a club in which he stood out brilliantly, winning European titles and becoming a key player in the Spanish team.
A campus with
Jonathan Vera Y
Alberto Moleiro, potential within the reach of few teams in the category. However, the door remains open when it comes to Moleiro's future, since UD Las Palmas' commitment to FC Barcelona is awaiting the definitive response from the Barça entity.
While the sports management has already communicated its decision to those soccer players who are not counted on in sports, and who have until August 31 to find a team, these are the cases of Ferigra, Pinchi, Unai Veiga, Maikel Mesa. Ale Díez, Raúl Navas, and Clau Mendes, are still looking at the market to cover the positions that still need to be reinforced: a central defender, a right winger and two forwards. At the moment, the only new faces are those of the Brazilian
Raúl Fernández and Álvaro Lemos try to finalize their departure from UD, because their record is unaffordable by the club, due to the
salary limit that marks LaLiga. The Basque goalkeeper has already arranged it with Granada, while the Galician defender is studying offers.