Rajid van la Parra has admitted he did not have ‘good vibes’ about moving to Swansea City or Queens Park Rangers this summer.
La Parra was available on a free transfer after leaving Red Star Belgrade in the summer after just a year at the club.
He was heavily linked with a return to England, having enjoyed spells with Huddersfield, Middlesbrough, Wolves and Brighton & Hove Albion in the past.
Swansea and QPR were both linked with a move back in October, with a report from Voetbal International naming both as suitors and claiming they were showing ‘concrete interest’ in signing him.
Ultimately that never happened, with the forward instead electing to move to Spain and join second division side Logroñés.
He’s now been officially unveiled by the club and, when asked about why he chose them, the interest from Swansea and QPR was brought up.
“I had a lot of options to sign for other teams, but I did not have a good vibes, and I am a person who bases everything on feelings,” Nueve Cuatrouno report him saying.
“With Logroñés, I had a really positive intuition, and that is why I signed my contract.
“I am going to work hard to make the fans proud, and I hope they enjoy my style of play.
“Hopefully everyone is healthy and that soon they can come to the stadium again to cheer us on.”