Manchester United and AC Milan summer target Quincy Anton Promes has officially joined Sevilla according to the Spanish club’s official page.
The Dutchman was targeted by Manchester United during the summer transfer market but were unable to lure him out of Spartak Moscow till the window closes in England two weeks ago.
Losing out on the 26-year-old’s signature won’t be a major concern for José Mourinho because there are so many wingers in his team who are yet to get quality game-time.
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Apart from the Red Devils, report also revealed that Serie A side AC Milan were interested in the winger’s signature but couldn’t complete their move for him.
However, Quincy has finally left the Russian side as he completed his switch to Sevilla in the early hours of the day.
According to the site, Sevilla have reached an agreement with Spartak Moscow hierarchy for the player’s signature and he has penned a five-year contract with the Spanish them.
The former Ajax and FC Twente’s winger couldn’t get regular action with the Russian side last season and he was subsequently loaned out to Go Ahead Eagles, a club from Netherland’s second division League
However, his move to the second division club benefitted both parties as he returned to blistering form by scoring 17 goals and 11 assists.
His goals and assists helped the team to an automatic promotion to the country’s top flight League this season.