After leaving Manchester City following a 10-year stint in England, David Silva has joined LaLiga club Real Sociedad.
David Silva has moved back to LaLiga following his departure from Manchester City, signing for Real Sociedad on a free transfer.
With his 10-year stay at City coming to an end with the Champions League defeat to Lyon on Saturday, Silva appeared set to join Serie A side Lazio.
However, it is Sociedad who have secured his signature, with Silva – who left Valencia in 2010 to continue his career in England – opting to return to his homeland.
The 34-year-old, who won four Premier League titles, the EFL Cup fives times and the FA Cup twice during his time at the Etihad Stadium, has signed a two-year deal with the Basque club.