Sevilla seal deal to sign Nolito from Manchester City


Nolito arrived in Spain on Sunday morning after his new club, Sevilla, announced last night that they had reached an agreement in principle to sign the 30-year-old from Manchester City.

The Spanish global is back on home soil and will undergo a medical next week at the Sanchez Pizjuan after a cut-price £8million fee was agreed. The transfer fee has been reported to be about €9 million (£7.9m).

The expected sale of Nolito is a substantial financial loss for City, who signed him from Celta Vigo last summer for £13.8m.

The forward also claimed that his daughter's face has changed colour because of the English weather, following which he wanted to leave Manchester City as soon as possible, even when he had another three seasons on his contract with EPL club.

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With Nolito set for a return to La Liga, it'll be interesting to see if City boss Guardiola feels the need to replace the winger, or whether the Spaniard is happy with his current squad depth.

Nolito had previously issued a come-and-get-me plea to Spanish clubs when speaking to reporters in May.

The arrival of Nolito adds to those of Luis Muriel, Ever Banega, Guido Pizarro and Sebastien Corchia.