Manchester City agree deal to send Nolito to Sevilla

Manchester City agree deal to send Nolito to Sevilla

Manchester City agree deal to send Nolito to Sevilla

Nolito left Celta Vigo for Manchester City like a legend, but his legendary status didn't help him in England and now he has returned to Spain, even though to another club, Sevilla. The fee is reported to be £7.9m.

The 30-year-old netted 12 goals and registered seven assists across 29 La Liga appearances that season, but couldn't replicate those standards at the Etihad Stadium last term despite starting in fine form by bagging a brace against Stoke City back in August.

A decent start to his Premier League career under Pep Guardiola quickly came crashing down following a number of disappointing performances and some disciplinary issues, with the Spaniard having become a forgotten man by the season's end.

Nolito had struggled to settle at City, revealing he found the English language and weather a challenge, in addition to his lack of regular first-team action.

30-year-old Man City star set for La Liga return

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30-year-old Man City star set for La Liga return Posted by Sam Wilkins

"I hope I can leave, whether it's on loan, a transfer or whatever".

The Spanish global arrived in Seville after both Spanish and English clubs reached an agreement on his transfer, reports Efe.

Sevilla have been busy this summer as they prepare for the Champions League playoff round, with Luis Muriel, Ever Banega, Guido Pizarro and Sebastian Corchia already joining, while Vitolo, Adil Rami and Vicente Iborra have all departed.

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