"I come to feel important and score many goals"

Álex Alegría assures that playing for Real Zaragoza and doing it well is a great opportunity and reveals that JIM has asked him "not to leave the area and be always aware of the centers".

"I-come-to-feel-important-and-score-many-goals"

Álex Alegría, on loan from Mallorca until the end of the season, was presented this morning at La Romareda as a new Real Zaragoza player, an act in which he explained what his objectives are in the next five months of competition: “I come here to feel important and score goals. There I was not having the minutes I needed to be able to show my football and in the end I think it was the best decision. ”

The 28-year-old striker already experienced a similar situation last season, when he arrived on loan to Extremadura in the winter market. There he scored six goals that would come in handy for a Zaragoza that has only achieved fourteen on the field, although the player prefers not to put a number: “I come to do my best and in the end it all depends on how it happens, but I hope to score. lots of goals. ”

Alegría has already exercised this morning with his new colleagues and had a first conversation with Juan Ignacio Martínez: “The reception has been pleasant. I have been talking to the coach for a while and he has asked me not to leave the area and to be always aware of the centers. A striker has to be inside the box to be able to score. ”

Precisely, the interest of JIM and also of Miguel Torrecilla has been one of the main reasons why he has opted for Real Zaragoza, who had already been interested in the forward on previous occasions: “This year the conditions were perfect to be here ”. It will not be the first time that Alegría matches the sports director, who has already signed him up for the first team at Betis and signed him up at Sporting: “He has told me about the great social mass and the history that Real Zaragoza has. Coming here and doing it well is a great opportunity. Both Febas and Galarreta have spoken highly of this team to me. ”

Alegría, who will wear the number 19 on his back, will already enter the call for this Friday's game against Albacete and will have his first minutes with the Aragonese team: “I have not missed any training this year with Mallorca, so physically I'm perfect ”. The Extremaduran player is clear that "Zaragoza has a very large squad and may be perfectly fighting to be higher" and points out the keys to achieving permanence: "Above all, having a clean sheet or conceding the fewest possible goals and that the ball enters . It is what allows you to get out of that situation. ”



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