Former Premier League star defender and Ivory Coast international, Serge Aurier has finally found a new club with him signing for La Liga side, Villarreal after terminating his contract with Tottenham Hotspurs in the final hours of the last summer transfer window.
Announcing the arrival of the 28 year old to the Estadio de La Ceramica, top of the official statement from the Yellow Submarines read: "Villarreal CF have reached an agreement with Serge Aurier, who joins the Yellows as a free agent and will represent the Yellows this season, with the option of extending the link between both parties for two further campaigns."
Serge Aurier had a promising spell with the Lillywhites since his transfer to North London side from Ligue 1 giants, Paris Saint-Germain with him going on to make over 100 appearances before deciding to end his relationship with them.
Meanwhile, as confirmed by the La Liga side, the 28 year old star right back is now poised to join up with his national team for the upcoming international fixtures before resuming training with them in the coming days.
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