Swansea winger Jefferson Montero signs for Spanish club.
Premier League club Swansea City have loaned winger, Jefferson Montero to Spanish outlet Getafe CF.
The La Liga club announced on Friday evening that, they have purchased Montero on a loan deal from the PL club. This will be the fourth Spanish club the Ecuador international will be playing for, previously having stints with Levante, Villareal and Real Betis.
The player signed for the club on his 28th birthday and Getafe made the official announcement on their Twitter handle, where they stated: “Jeff Montero is a new Getafe player on the day of his 28th birthday. Double congratulations!
The statement further read that Swansea and Getafe have come to an agreement for the loan move of the Ecuador player.
Montero, who still has three years left of his Swansea contract, but instead opted to leave the Liberty Stadium after failing to get a chance under manager Paul Clement this season.
Montero, who signed for Swansea City back in 2014 was a huge prospect for the club in his first season, where he shone and did really well under then manager, Garry Monk.
Montero, played a total of 66 matches and scored just one goal over the course of these three years in South Wales.
The Ecuador international was signed from Mexican club Monarcas Morelia three years ago has struggled with lot of injuries this past season, which put him down the pecking order in the Swansea starting lineup.
Montero, made just a total of 14 appearances this past season.
The last time Montero played in Spain it was back in 2012, when he was a Betis player where he played 32 matches.
Compared to his performances in England, Montero seems to be a much more prolific player in Spain.