Raul signs four new players
The Tenerife manager has spent almost the whole month looking for some replacements after Yeray, Cristo Martin, Aridane and Jesus left the clubs on free transfers. The second player to join in the 'Gonzalez Era' was Dejan Milovanovic. The Serbian midfielder accepted the deal given by the former Spanish striker. The deal consists of a 1.5k wage per week for a year, with an automatic extension if he reaches the landmark of 30 matches in the league. The player is over the moon and has been seen all over Tenerife with his children.
The other signing is a familiar face in Tenerife, who played under Gonzalez last season. We are speaking of former Wigan midfielder Albert Crusat. The midfielder had a fruitful spell at Tenerife, racking up 9 goals and assisting another 14. The midfielder commented on his Twitter," #It's good to be back here at Tenerife! Tenerife for the win! But, when he met the press conference, it was even better. He said," It's great to be back here at Tenerife. It's a great place and the people as well. Raul told me that I would lower my wages and I don't even care. I just want to keep playing.
The third signing is a player well-known in the lower-leagues of England. The player we are talking about has played in Italy as well. Guly do Prado has impressed the Real Madrid legend into signing him on a permanent deal, after he took his chance on his four week trial. The Brazilian player is excited to work under Raul Gonzalez, a player he has admired over the years. During his last season at Southampton, he played five matches and scored two goals. This also impressed the Tenerife manager, after he boasts a 10 goal record in 42 games the season before.
Guly do Prado
What looks to be the final signing for Tenerife is defensive minded midfielder Antonio Tomas. The midfielder was subject to a trial at Tenerife, but he rejected. Once this happened, Raul rejected the midfielder and left it all to the last minute, signing him on the last days of the Spanish transfer window. The defensive midfielder is likely to move Obodai from the first-team. Obodai only sees the new signing as a challenge. He said," It's a great signing for the team, and the boss talked to me. I'll admit it, I'm not getting any younger and it's extremely hard to continue playing at this level." He added," Maybe he'll challenge me or I will challenge him. Who knows?"