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Bordalás: "We would like Aleñá to come, but it is difficult" – Transgaming

by: Adam Smith

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Getafe coach Jose Bordalás said on Saturday he would like to incorporate Barcelona midfielder Carles Aleñá into the winter market, although he acknowledges that it is "difficult" for this interest to be specified in a transfer. Aleñá has not had many minutes this season and currently has only played two league games and one in the Champions League.

"He is a great player. We would like him to come, but we do not think about that possibility now. It is difficult because he is a Barcelona player," Bordalás told a news conference. The Getafe manager also spoke of striker Enric Gallego, who played a minor role in this first half of the season in Madrid. "Enric is a Getafe player. He has had some physical problems with a sprained knee, and we have no thought but to stay here," he said.

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Getafe spent the week fifth with 27 points, eight behind Real Valladolid. "We have an attractive and difficult game because we also play a lot of games and we hope to count on the support of our fans. For me it is one of the most complicated and difficult because if we are not at the required level we will have difficulty." Bordalás said at a press conference.

"Last season Valladolid played a great game here, put us in a lot of trouble and we couldn't beat it (0-0) because he did merit to even take the game. He is a tough opponent and for me the classification doesn't mean much because he is a good team and with a great coach (Sergio González) who has been doing things very well since the second, "he said.

Against Eibar the day before and against Russian Krasnodar in the Europa League, Bordalás repeated eleven, something he did not reveal will do again for the third time against Valladolid. "Each game is different and the coaches make decisions to move forward. I count on everyone and the team works to grow in humility. We have done nothing, this is too long. Good stretch marks are not inertia, if you stop doing things right, series is over, "he concluded.