Sevilla have officially confirmed the signing of Juventus striker Fernando Llorente on a free transfer.
The Spanish international had been linked with a move away from Turin all summer, and flew to Seville for his medical today.
“Sevilla FC have signed Fernando Llorente as a free agent, having reached an agreement to terminate his Juventus contract,” the Liga club confirmed on its official website.
“The Spanish international striker is tied to Sevilla for the next three seasons, with a buyout clause of €20m.
“At the age of 30, Fernando Llorente returns to Spain with the idea of reclaiming the key role he lost last year, and to force his way into [Spain Coach] Vicente Del Bosque’s plans for Euro 2016.”
Llorente joined the Bianconeri in 2013 on a free, scoring 27 goals in 91 games in all competitions.