Western Sydney Wanderers have completed the signing of a third Spanish import, bringing in experienced defender Alberto Aguilar on a one-year deal.
Aguilar, 31, joins the Wanderers for the 2015-16 after most recently playing for Ponferradina in the Spanish second division.
The midfielder made 28 appearances last season, scoring two goals as the club went on to finish in 7th place, just missing out on a play-off position.
Aguilar has played for a handful of Spanish clubs including the likes of Getafe, Malaga and Cordoba where he has amassed over 250 senior appearances.
The Spaniard was a part of Getafe's squad as the club reached back-to-back Copa del Rey finals, but played no part in the losses to Valencia and Sevilla.
— Alberto Aguilar (@aaguilar227) May 15, 2014
Aguilar is the final visa signing for the Wanderers as Tony Popovic moves to complete his squad for the up-coming A-League season.
“Alberto is a fine defender, has had a very good career in Spain and like Dimas and Andreu will join the Wanderers with a new challenge in front of him which I am sure he will embrace,” said Wanderers CEO John Tsatsimas.
“We have worked very hard behind-the-scenes to ensure that our squad will be well prepared for the coming season and from a recruitment perspective we have a very exciting and hungry group of players preparing for our Hyundai A-League season and the upcoming Westfield FFA Cup.”
Aguilar will link up with his teammates next week and will not take part in the club's FFA Cup Round of 32 clash against Brisbane Roar on Tuesday night.comments