Contract: June 2017
Mallorca have announced the signing of Alejandro Alfaro from Sevilla, with the winger moving to the Balearic Islands outfit for a fee of €500,000.
The former Spain Under-21 attacker had an inconsistent stint at the Andalusian club since graduating from the youth team in 2006. He spent time on loan at Tenerife due to first team opportunities being thin on the ground at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan.
The 24-year-old is delighted with the move and is looking forward to getting started with his new team.
"I chose Mallorca due to many factors. I came to play as much as possible, to feel important and to have continuity," he told the club's official website.
"Since [director of football] Lorenzo Serra Ferrer and the club have been in contact with my agent, they have convinced me about the project [in] the short and medium term.
"Humility is very important in a locker room and in a group, and [that] objectives are achieved. I'm happy to be here, [it is] a great sports project and a great city. We hope to achieve our objectives," he concluded.
Alfaro joins recent additions Gianni Zuiverloon and Tomer Hemed to Michael Laudrup's squad.