Madrid - Spanish international striker Jose Antonio Reyes is
set to leave his hometown club Seville for a second time, the La Liga
outfit announced on Wednesday.
Spanish press suggested the Seville
born Reyes who was a member of the 2006 World Cup squad and who is best
known in Britain for a spell at Arsenal, would be joining Turkish Super
Lig side Galatasaray.
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The 32-year-old Reyes spent seven seasons
during two spells at the southern Spanish club playing 253 times for
them and winning the last three Europa League titles with them, a title
he also won twice at Atletico Madrid.
"Jos Antonio Reyes is
leaving Seville, putting an end to his second spell here, the most
collectively successful one," a club statement said.
Reyes was a fans' favourite who professed his love for his hometown and cried publicly after news of his transfer to Arsenal.
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