The transfer market continues to be a novelty in Spanish football and this time Granada CF is the talk of the town. The Nasrid club have completed a transfer of 8 million euros plus another 2 million in variables to take over the services of Argentinian striker Lucas Boyé, who comes from Elche. The agreement includes a four-season deal with Granada.
News of Boyé’s acquisition marks a new step in the career of the 27-year-old forward, who has proven his worth in Spain’s Primera División at Elche, where he has stood out for his goals and performances in recent seasons. His return to the top tier of Spanish football is fast approaching.
Granada completes an 8m signing for their attack
Omorodion’s departure from Granada CF has left a gap in the team that needs to be filled, particularly in the ‘9’ position. The club considered several options, including the likes of Estupiñán and Choco Lozano, before deciding to sign Boyé. The Argentine is seen as a key figure in strengthening an attack that has weakened following the departure of several key players.
With this move, Granada wants to consolidate its position as a strong contender in La Liga and give coach Paco López a reliable option in attack. The €8m investment shows the club’s commitment to building a competitive side next season.
Granada CF fans are delighted with the arrival of Lucas Boyé and hope his signing will bring the team more goals and success this La Liga campaign. The news of the transfer marks a major milestone in the club’s transfer window and promises exciting moments on the horizon of Spanish football.