Tuesday, 1 August 2017


Spain winger Jesus Navas has rejoined Sevilla on a free exchange after he was discharged by Manchester City.

Navas, 31, joined City from the La Liga side on a four-year bargain worth £14.9m in June 2013.

He showed up for City, made 173apperances,scoring eight goals, however played only 24 league matches last season

Navas' agreement with City lapsed in the mid year, driving him to come back to Sevilla, where he started his vocation, on a four-year bargain.

He was a piece of the Sevilla side that won the Uefa Cup in 2006 and 2007 however experienced ceaseless achiness to visit the family, which drove him to turn down a move to Chelsea in 2006.

Navas will break Sevilla's appearance record in the event that he shows up for the club. He played 393 times in his initially spell, with Juan Arza Inigo holding the record on 419.

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