Spanish side Las Palmas have ‘reactivated’ their interest in Watford striker Adalberto Peñaranda and are trying to convince him to join on loan.
That’s according to MARCA, who say there are those at the club who value the Venezuelan’s arrival at the club.
The newspaper explains that Las Palmas are looking for a striker this summer, and after being turned down Matheus, who has joined Málaga, they have reactivated their interest in Peñaranda.
The Watford man is living the same story as he does every summer; he is not a part of the plans at Vicarage Road and is therefore available for loan.
However, loans in previous years have not worked out for the player, with the forward having ‘hardly had any influence’ on the teams he has signed for.
Indeed, he has been in the news more for problems off the pitch than his performances on it, and that is a problem.
MARCA argue, though, that it is ‘undeniable’ that the Venezuelan has ‘a lot of quality’, and in Spain, he is well remembered for spells at Granada and Málaga.
That is something Las Palmas are thinking about, and the player’s profile is ‘well liked’ by both the coaching staff.
Club chief Luis Helguera is ‘now trying to convince’ the Watford man to make a third move to Spain and join the club on loan next season.