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Sevilla sign Japan international Hiroshi Kiyotake to four-year deal

Japan's Hiroshi Kiyotake of Hannover
Japan's Hiroshi Kiyotake moves from Hannover to Sevilla.

Sevilla have signed Hiroshi Kiyotake after the Japanese midfielder passed a medical on Friday morning.

Kiyotake joins from German club Hannover on a four-year contract after terms were agreed on the transfer, according to a statement on the Spanish side's website.

"I feel very happy, I want to be of great value to Sevilla," he said.

The attacking...

Atletico Madrid chief Enrique Cerezo confirms Sime Vrsaljko medical

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Atletico Madrid chief Enrique Cerezo says that Sime Vrsaljko has passed a preliminary medical exam in France.

Atletico Madrid president Enrique Cerezo has confirmed that Croatia right-back Sime Vrsaljko has passed a medical ahead of a transfer to the La Liga club.

Atletico are interested in signing current Sassuolo player Vrsaljko to act as competition for current first choice right-back Juanfran Torres, with a fee of between €15 and €18 million mentioned in regular speculation in the local press.

Serie A sides Napoli, Juventus and Napoli are also thought to be interested in the former Dinamo...

Keylor Navas says he played through pain for Real Madrid

Keylor Navas is having another strong season for Real Madrid.
Real Madrid's Keylor Navas is hopeful that the pain he felt during the past season will be gone now after surgery.

Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas has admitted to playing through a lot of pain during the 2015-16 season and often needing injections to get him through games.

Navas had an outstanding campaign for Madrid, being one of their standout players over the course of a topsy-turvy year which ended with Zinedine Zidane's side lifting the Champions League trophy.

Once the club season ended, Navas underwent surgery to deal with a long-term tendonitis problem in his heel, meaning he missed out on Costa...