‘HERE WE GO’ Former Real CB returns to Spain

Betis set to pay ‘4.4 billion’ transfer fee

Real Betis are set to sign ‘former Real Madrid’ center back Diego Llorente.

European soccer transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano said on Sunday (July 7), “Llorente is moving to Betis. Betis have agreed a four-year contract with the player. The club will pay a transfer fee of around €3 million.”

Llorente is a Spanish defender. His main position is center back, a ball-playing center back who is good on the ball. He has a wide range of vision, which allows him to deliver accurate long passes to the strikers in front of him. At 185 centimeters, he”s small for a center back, but he has good positioning skills and doesn”t lose headers.

Llorente is a former Real youth player. He was highly touted by Real since his youth days. However, he didn”t get a lot of playing time at Real because the club has a lot of great center backs like Raphael Varane and Sergio Ramos. After two La Liga games for Real, Llorente was loaned out to other clubs.

In the summer of 2015, Llorente went on loan to Rayo Vallecano. At Valladolid, Llorente was a key defender. He started 33 games and scored 해외 카지노 사이트 two goals. Upon his return from the loan, Llorente moved to Malaga CF on loan to get more playing time.

After the season, Llorente made a full transfer to Real Sociedad in the summer of 2017. In his first season, Llorente established himself as a regular in the first team, scoring seven goals in 34 appearances. In September 2020, Llorente donned the Leeds United shirt.

Llorente joined Roma on loan during the winter transfer window in the middle of last season. This season, he was loaned to Roma again and was an integral part of their defense. In 29 Serie A games, he scored one goal and provided one assist. Based on these performances, Yorente attracted interest from other clubs.

Betis was one of the clubs that reached out to him in the summer transfer window. Betis finished seventh in La Liga this season with 14 wins, 15 draws, 9 losses, and 57 points. Betis have been solid defensively this season, conceding just 45 goals in 38 games.

Betis’s plan made Llorente happy. “Llorente is returning to Spain after a loan spell at AS Roma,” Romano said. Many clubs wanted him, but Betis’ project convinced him to stay.”

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