Sevilla have agreed to sign
goalkeeper Diego Lopez from relegated Villarreal on a five-year
contract, the two Spanish clubs confirmed on Tuesday.
The 30-year-old former understudy to Iker Casillas at Real
Madrid, has been at Villarreal for the last five seasons and
helped them finish second in La Liga in 2008.
Lopez was part of the Spain squad who competed at the
Confederations Cup in South Africa in 2009.
Villarreal started last season in the Champions League after
finishing fourth in 2011, but were relegated on the final day of
the campaign just over a week ago. Sevilla finished ninth.
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