Yanis has pointed out that he feels “physically and mentally well” and that his possible presence in next day’s game against Real Sociedad B will depend on the coach.
The Panamanian winger César Yanis, who was presented this Tuesday as a Real Zaragoza player, has indicated that he arrives with the illusion of doing things well but that the most important thing is not the personal plane but “achieving the goal of the club.”
César Augusto “Yanis” Velasco, who is international for his country, has come on loan to the Aragonese team by the Club Deportivo del Este de Panamá with a purchase option.
The director of the ‘blanquillo’ team, Miguel Torrecilla, defined the Panamanian as a “versatile” left-handed player that the team needed to complete the attack front.
“He adapts to playing on the right wing and he has done it with the national team and with a natural leg. He can also do it between the lines, close to the forward. Go easy on the last pass and look for the associative game,” he analyzed.
César Yanis explained that he feels “good and very happy” and that he hopes to do things well. He has also revealed that although he can play in the entire front of the attack, he feels more comfortable in any of the bands although better entering from the right inwards.
The new Zaragoza player has declared that he saw his team’s game last day against Fuenlabrada and that he liked the fact that he had the ball even though he suffered from “the last touch that is the goal.”
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In this regard, he added that with the help of the group, who have welcomed him very well, he can contribute towards the goal.
He has also indicated that personally it would be important to be able to succeed in “a great and important institution” like Real Zaragoza.
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