Almeria Winger Gaspar Panadero who is moving to Championship club Cardiff City In the January transfer window has started to prepare language lessons for his move but whilst he speaks a little English he got a little muddled with what is the most common language in Wales and booked Welsh lessons by accident according to a close source in Almeria.
Almeria have been holding back the player from games as not to disrupt any transfer movements such as injury with it being a large transfer for the club and whilst Panadero was a starter in the first months of the season, getting two assists in ten appearances. he hasn’t played a game since October, not even making it to the bench most of the time to ensure he’s fully fit for his move to the Welsh capital.
Meanwhile Gaspar personally has been making arrangements for life in Wales but didn’t realise that English more than Welsh is the most common language used in the Southern areas of Wales despite the Country having its own language.
UD Almería fanatic supporter Sergio Lopez told the Euro Weekly News how he has a close friendship with the highly rated 21 year old winger and whilst he’s sorry to see him leave the club and depart from the Almería region – he’s delighted to see him go to the UK and attempt to establish himself at a highly rated football club.
Sergio said: ” Gaspar is a fantastic player. who has overcome that nasty knee injury and he fully deserves his move – we all know in these parts he’s leaving for Cardiff City and it brings sadness but it’s a fantastic opportunity for both the player and the Club”
The transfer is reported to take place as soon as the transfer window opens whilst Gaspar continues to prepare by what now sounds English and Welsh lessons!