Latest Villarreal acquisition, Arnaut Danjuma has revealed that he decided to move to the La Liga Santander side because of his desire to play at the highest level of football.
UEFA Europa League reigning champions, Villarreal on Thursday made an official announcement about the signing of Danjuma from English Sky Bet Championship outfit, Bournemouth.
After the Lagos-born Dutch attacking sensation spent two seasons at Dean Court, the 24-year-old winger joins the Yellow Submarine on a five-year deal for a fee of €22million.
Meanwhile, the ex-Club Brugge star was on social media to write an emotional message to Bournemouth. "Thank you Bournemouth. It's tough for me to leave as we had unfinished business.
"And this club deserves to be in the Premier League. As some of you know, I'm a very ambitious individual and the need to play at the highest level possible isn't a want, it's a must.
"So when the upcoming opportunity presented itself, I had no choice. That said, I've shared some brilliant moments with you and I’m proud to say I played with such a great group of people.
"The team, the coaches, the staff and of course, the fans. One thing I will say is from what I've seen in pre-season you're in brilliant hands. Scott and the boys know the expectations and potential of this club.
"So, I am fully confident saying goodbye knowing you'll get the job done. Good luck in your future, I'll be back soon to see you all. In Sha Allah,” Danjuma wrote on Instagram."
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