He has also represented the Spanish national team at under 16, under 18 and under 20 levels, winning a gold medal at the 2011 under 20’s European Championships, in Bilbao.
Dragons’ head coach, Chris Mellor, said “Miguel is a player that I am really excited about. He has great experience already, for such a young player, and with his ability to play both inside and out he gives us many options within our offence. He is a smart player, who I think will make an immediate impact.”
Miguel is set to make his debut for the Dragons this weekend, with the home ‘double-header’ against Manchester Magic, on Saturday (6:15pm), and Sefton Stars, on Sunday afternoon (4:15pm). Both games take place at the Dragons Den, Bradford College Sports Hall, Trinity Road, Bradford.