Published: Tue, August 01, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Navas returns to Sevilla

Navas returns to Sevilla

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

The video shows Navas being followed by two masked men as he walks down the street before they jump out of their auto and cover his head with a bag.

He finally quit the club in 2013 to complete a £14.8million move to City, where he stayed for the duration of his four-year deal.

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Last season Navas created 20 chances in the Premier League, while he retained possession effectively as he was successful with 83% of the passes that he attempted.

Navas, who played 395 times for Sevilla after his first-team debut in 2003, has 35 global caps but hasn't played for Spain since being left out of the 2014 World Cup squad.

Navas won two UEFA Cups, two Copas del Rey, the UEFA Super Cup and Spanish Super Cup during his first stint at Sevilla.

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Navas' contract with City expired in the summer, leading him to return to Sevilla, where he began his career, on a four-year deal.

While at Manchester City, he won the Premier League and the League Cup, even though he never measured up to his best form which had seen him succeed at Sevilla.

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