Right-back has agreed to join the La Liga side after Barcelona accepted a £7.6m offer
BARCELONA’S Aleix Vidal has returned to Sevilla for the second time in his career.
The right-back was allowed to leave the La Liga champions after making just four league starts last season.
Vidal, 28, joined the Nou Camp from Sevilla in 2015 but failed to establish himself in the first-team.
And he was allowed to hold talks with their league rivals after Barca accepted a £7.6million offer plus a further £1.78m in
Vidal played a total of 49 games and scored four times during the three seasons he spent at the club.
During this time the Catalan giants won the league twice and three Copa del Rey’s.
He is set to be followed out the exit door alongside centre- back Yerry Mina.
The Colombian international, who scored against England at the World Cup, is closing on a move to Manchester United
after agreeing personal terms with the player.
They turned their attentions to the 23-year-old after appearing to have stalled in their attempts to sign Tottenham defender
United are now trying to negotiate a final price for the January flop as Jose Mourinho aims to bolster his defence.