Sevilla took an unusual route to announce the return of Jesus Navas after spending four years at Manchester City who released the Spain international at the end of last season.
The club posted a video on Twitter of Navas being kidnapped by two men who trailed him, threw a bag over his head and bundled him into the trunk of a waiting car before driving off to the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium.
The Spain winger joined City from Sevilla in 2013 and won the Premier League and two EFL Cups during his four years at the Etihad Stadium.
But he is now back at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan after agreeing a four-year deal, with Sevilla confirming his return in unusual fashion which demonstrates the increasingly ingenious methods clubs are employing to announce the signing of players.
Navas first joined Sevilla as a 15-year-old, making his debut in November 2003 – the first of 393 appearances.
He will be presented to the media on Wednesday.