Manchester City have made another signing.
According to a report from Spanish outlet TV3, one of the most reliable sources in the country, the Citizens have signed Celta Vigo and Spain international winger Nolito, who will join the Sky Blues after Euro 2016 and sign a four-year contract this summer.
Nolito is the second signing of the Pep Guardiola Era, following Borussia Dortmund midfielder Ilkay Gundogan. After signing a player to dominate the midfield, Guardiola now gets a dominant player on the wings, another mark of his teams. Nolito exploded into the scene after two great seasons in La Liga, and won a starting place among the deep, talented squad in the Spanish national team.
The 29-year-old was heavily linked with Barcelona and Arsenal before City entered the race. The opportunity to work with Guardiola is the main reason for Nolito's decision, according to the report. Along with Jesús Navas and Raheem Sterling, the Spaniard will work with Pep and hope to turn into a star like Pedro at Barça, or Douglas Costa at Bayern, two of the best wingers in football when Guardiola coached them.
With a midfielder and a winger already secured, the new City coach will move on to his defense, where he hopes to sign one or two central defenders along with a new full-back.