Argentinian Aldo Duscher has signed a contract with La Liga side Sevilla. The deal ties the player to the Andalucian club for the coming three years.
The 29 year old midfielder makes the move from Racing Santander, where he scored five goals in 34 games this season.
While the player is widely known for breaking David Beckham’s leg in a Champions League match in 2002, two months ahead of that year’s World Cup, he did have a successful spell at Deportivo la CoruÃƒÂ±a.
Duscher represented the Galician team from 2000 to 2007, and helped ‘Depor’ to two consecutive second places in his first years at the club.
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