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

The Spanish worldwide is back on home soil and will undergo a medical next week at the Sanchez Pizjuan after a cut-price £8million fee was agreed.

Sevilla have reached an agreement with Manchester City for the permanent signing of Nolito.

First it was reported Manchester City would get around €10m, then it dropped to €9m, and now Estadio Deportivo report Sevilla are paying €8m.

The Premier League club brought Nolito in for £13.8million last summer from Celta Vigo but he failed to become a regular under Pep Guardiola.

The forward will pen a three-year deal with Sevilla and will link up with fellow new recruits Ever Banega, Luis Muriel, Guiodo Pizzaro and Sebastian Corchia.

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The Montenegrin forward spent the second half of last season on loan from Inter Milan.

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 also suffered to adapt to the English way of life, claiming that the weather caused his "daughter's face to change colour" last month.

Nolito will replace Vitolo at Sevilla with the player joining Atletico Madrid.

  • Lawrence Cooper