Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (EFE).- The Andalusian striker Loren Morón will play for UD Las Palmas until the end of this 2022-2023 season on loan from Real Betis Balompié, according to what the island club has announced this Tuesday, the last day of the market wintry.
The footballer from Malaga, with a valid contract in the Verdiblanco team until 2024 but with whom the coach, Manuel Pellegrini did not have, arrived in Gran Canaria this afternoon and has already passed the medical examination prior to his official presentation, which will be this Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. in the Sports City.
Loren, 29, lived his best moment with Betis in the 2019-2020 season, signing ten goals in 36 games in the First Division, but in the following campaign he only managed one goal, so in 2021-2022 he was loaned to RCD Espanyol, in which they did not improve that figure, with one goal scored in 21 games in LaLiga Santander.
The striker from Marbella, who was also wanted by CD Tenerife, becomes the second reinforcement of UD Las Palmas in this last period of ups and downs this season after the signing of Cameroonian midfielder Wilfrid Kaptoum.
Loren will wear the number 11, which Benito Ramírez has released after having to undergo surgery for a lower back injury and being out for the remainder of the season.
In the yellow team, the striker hopes to return to his previous goalscoring level and to do so he will compete for a place in attack with Sandro Ramírez, Marc Cardona and Florin Andone to help achieve promotion to the top flight.
In addition, the club from Gran Canaria has activated in this January market, which ends today, the professional record of Kirian Rodríguez with the number 20, which the Tenerife midfielder recovers after overcoming Hodgkin lymphoma that prevented him from playing the first part of the season. EFE