Arana, on loan from Sevilla at Atalanta: "I feel very uncomfortable"

The side of 22 years, which arrived in December 2017 to the Hispanic group from the Corinthians in exchange of 9 million euros more objectives, goes from Calvary to Calvary. If this summer I abandoned the Seville after playing only 12 games in the Andalusian club, Guilherme Arana he is not running better luck as given in Atalanta, team with only four.

When questioned in Estadio Deportivo for the little role it is having, the Brazilian has indicated: "I feel very uncomfortable right now. I feel good physically, I know I could contribute a lot to my club and Calcium, but Atalanta doesn't give me the opportunities I need to play and show my talent"."I didn't come here to stay all year on the bench"added Arana.

The defender has also justified his decision to reach the Italian side: "Atalanta is in the Champions League, it is an important team in Italy and I wanted to continue being the protagonist in Europe, in a very competitive and entertaining league like Serie A. That's why I decided to move to Bergamo as a loan. Nevertheless, Now my priorities have changed: I want to play and I am convinced that great things will come soon for me".

The Calvary of Guilherme Arana in Seville

Upon landing at the Atalanta, after a match he played with the Brazilian U-23 team, Spider it was sincere: "In Sevilla I fell into despair because I am 22 years old and wanted to play. I was crazy to play and I wasn't going to do it there".

As we said in OKDIARIO, the side had trouble adapting to European football: "The truth is that the philosophy there is different, but I never stopped working. When I went to bed I wondered why. I talked with my family, which I didn't understand either. That was good because I grew a lot as a person and my father always told me that every player goes through that moment. The beginning in Seville was very difficult, no matter how much the family was with me. Their game philosophy is different, the way they train … They value defending a lot".