Senegal’s Alfred N’Diaye joins Malaga from Villarreal

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The 28-year-old midfielder has dropped to the Spanish second division to team up with Estadio La Rosaleda outfit on a season-long loan move

Alfred N’Diaye has completed a move to Segunda Division outfit Malaga from Villarreal in a one year loan deal.

The midfielder joined the Yellow Submarines in 2016 and sent on loan to Hull City and, last season, Wolverhampton Wanderers.

And in what represents his third temporary spell away from LaLiga side, Juan Muniz's side have announced the acquisition of the former Real Betis player.

“Alfred N'Diaye joins Málaga CF on loan coming from Villarreal CF for the 2018-19 season,” read a statement on club website.

N’Diaye will hope to make his debut for Malaga when they lock horns with Cordoba in a pre-season encounter at the Marbella Football Center on August 11.

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