Spanish international forward Nolito has been officially presented as a Seville player following his switch from Manchester City, saying he 'needed a change'
Spanish international forward Nolito said he ‘needed a change’ as he was officially presented as a Seville player following his switch from Manchester City.
Nolito has been officially unveiled as a Sevilla player after completing his move from Manchester City. pic.twitter.com/5NCi5Zt4PJ
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He spent just a year with Manchester City which he clearly wants to forget, the 30 year-old made just 19 appearances for City, ten of them as a substitute – now he says he’s excited to be back in Spain.
“There are a lot of differences. It was raining last week in Manchester,” Nolito said, comparing the two cities. “The philosophy, climate and the people are all different. I needed a change and I feel that this change is perfect.”
“I don’t think that this is a step backwards in my career,” he added. “I think that Sevilla are one of the biggest teams in Spain and in Europe. They’re nearly always a top-four side and if I’m not mistaken, Manchester City finished third this season.”
The winger, who has played 16 times for Spain, has signed a 3-year contract.
The transfer fee has been reported to be about 9 million Euros after City paid 18 million euros for him a year ago from Celta Vigo.