Atletico Madrid guard Diego Godin trusts Leicester forward Jamie Vardy has what it takes to play for most clubs on the planet, including Diego Simeone’s side.
Uruguay worldwide Godin has played with a few of the best advances in the amusement for club in nation, including Luis Suarez, Edinson Cavani, Sergio Aguero, Radamel Falcao and Diego Costa, and feels Vardy is of a similar kind.
“Obviously he would, he is an incredible player,” the Atletico bad habit commander told the press before Tuesday’s Champions League quarter-last second leg against the Foxes.
“I think he would fit in at by far most of groups on the planet. Who wouldn’t need a striker who slaughters himself for the group and after that gives you such a large number of assaulting arrangements?
“He battles and contends in each amusement and never surrenders a solitary ball for lost. A striker like that is basic for a group that plays the way Leicester do. They wouldn’t be the Leicester we know without him.”
Vardy cut a desolate figure amid a week ago’s first leg, when Atletico ran out 1-0 victors because of Antoine Griezmann’s first-half punishment. Godin, however, says the England global neglected to have an effect on account of the regard the Atletico guard indicated him.
“He was essentially alone in advance and in the event that he didn’t touch the ball much, this is on the grounds that we paid him an immense measure of consideration,” Godin proceeded.
“We were exceptionally centered around not giving him space and removing the assaulting roads to him. We know how great he is and how proficient he is of making chances all alone.”