Former Tottenham Hotspur man Roberto Soldado is eager on dumping Manchester United out of the Europa League.
Soldado is the lead striker at Granada along with his group set to host the English giants within the first leg of the quarterfinals on Thursday evening.
The 35-year-old who has netted 10 instances for the La Liga outfit this season stated it was an honour for them to be within the competitors however their intention was to knock United regardless of their stature.
“It’s an honour for us. It’s an honour to be on this competitors. Europe is one other dimension, everyone seems to be watching – particularly in a quarter-final towards the group we’re taking part in. A historic membership, identified world wide. It’s historic for our metropolis and our membership. We may be the small group, ‘unknown’, however we’ve a giant membership’s ambition: that’s the mentality we have to knock out United.
“Our strain is to depart all the things on the market. If that’s sufficient, sensible. If not, high-quality, being right here is a large achievement. However there’s little doubt: the intention is to win,” Soldado advised The Guardian’s, Sid Lowe.
Throughout his time in London, the Spaniard scored simply seven Premier League objectives – in two seasons earlier than being bought. In his profession, Soldado has performed towards United 3 times in his profession dropping twice and being on the successful aspect as soon as, however he has by no means been on the scoresheet towards the Reds.