Sevilla seal deal to sign Nolito from Manchester City

Sevilla seal deal to sign Nolito from Manchester City

Sevilla seal deal to sign Nolito from Manchester City

Sevilla announced today via twitter that Nolito will arrive at the club, before undergoing a medical with the Los Rojiblancos, with the winger set to sign a three-year deal, according to Sky Sports.

Nolito had a promising start to life in England, but his time quickly soured, eventually only making 19 Premier League appearances, scoring four goals.

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The transfer fee has been reported to be about €9 million (£7.9m), after City paid €18m for him a year ago.

Nolito was spotted in Spain last month close to the club's stadium as he reportedly met with club officials to discuss personal terms.

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Nolito's move to Sevilla will see him reunited with Eduardo Berizzo, his former coach at Celta who oversaw his two best campaigns between 2014 and 2016, leading to his first call-up for Spain in 2014. "I have several teams I'd prefer to join", Nolito said.

Having been burnt previously by Sevilla on loans, Manchester City have been determined to get a permanent deal, even if that's at a reduced price.

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