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Sevilla sign Pablo Sarabia, agree deal for Hannover's Hiroshi Kiyotake

Hiroshi Kiyotake
Hiroshi Kiyotake is set to join Sevilla if he passes his medical.

Sevilla have signed Getafe playmaker Pablo Sarabia and agreed a move for Hannover's Japan midfielder Hiroshi Kiyotake.

Sarabia has signed a four-year contract, with Kiyotake to follow suit as long as he passes a medical.

Sevilla announced on their website: "Pablo Sarabia successfully passed a medical examination on Friday morning in Premap and then signed his contract with Sevilla FC, which links him to Nervion (the district of Sevilla where the club are based) over the next four seasons.

"President Jose Castro welcomed him at the offices of the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan [stadium] and wished him all the luck in his new professional career."

The versatile 24-year-old came through Real Madrid's youth ranks before establishing himself at professional level in five seasons at Getafe, where he scored 15 goals in 145 appearances.

Kiyotake's move is still to be rubber-stamped, but he will arrive in Andalusia for a medical after Sevilla agreed a fee with his current employers.

After beginning his career in his homeland with Oita Trinita and Cerezo Osaka, he moved to Germany with Nurnberg in 2012 before joining Hannover two years later. He has 36 Japan caps to his name, with three goals.

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