Sevilla have reached and agreement to re-sign Aleix Vidal from Barcelona.
The deal will see the Spaniard put pen to paper on a new four-year contract after having spent three years at Camp Nou.
Vidal previously spent one season at Sevilla in 2014/15 and claimed a Europa League trophy.
His performances at the club earned a move to Barca, where he won two LaLiga titles and three Copa del Reys.
However, Vidal has failed to establish himself as a definite starter in Catalonia and so now, at 28, is set to head back to Sevilla.
It is reported he will cost his old club €8.5 million, plus €2 million in add-ons.
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