Granada’s Bryan Zaragoza Makes Transfer Decision Amidst RB Leipzig, Brentford’s Interest

Written by Olaleye Oluwadamilola

Despite Granada’s struggle since returning to Spain top-flight league, they have a gem in Bryan Zaragoza who has been one of the breakthrough stars in La Liga so far this season as well as being one of the rare shining lights for the club as they look to keep hold of their status but that might not be realistic with host of top clubs circling around for the sensational Spain international although the final decision remains with the player.

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Bryan Zaragoza who has amassed five goals and two assists in 13 appearances this season, a form that earned him his first cap for the Spanish national team in October becoming the first Granada player in 49 years to play for La Roja has reacted to links with top clubs amidst the club’s struggle.

Germany outfit RB Leipzig are especially pushing to sign him not to also put out Brentford according to Estadio Deportivo but Zaragoza intends to remain at Granada until at least the end of the season as he wants to help them avoid relegation from La Liga.

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This news is huge for Granada who are powerless to stop him leaving due to his release clause being just €14m but Zaragoza could undoubtedly be the difference between relegation and survival. Whether he can keep them in La Liga for one more season at least now remains to be seen.


Barcelona once again continued their lackluster as Xavi Hernandez’s men slumped to a disappointing away draw in first clash after losing lynchpin midfielder Gavi to season-ending ACL injury.

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We did not play well said Frenkie de Jong who was back after a two-month lay-off but could not inspire the three points.

If Girona win their game at home to Athletic on Monday then the leaders will be six points clear of Xavi’s stuttering team.

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