The story of new signing Nolito's career so far, in pictures...
In good company: After spells with Sanluqueno and Ecija, he joined Barcelona B in 2008, and was promoted to the senior team under Pep Guardiola after three years.
On the move: He made the switch to Benfica in 2011.
On fire: He scored successive goals in his first five matches for the Portuguese outfit, earning comparisons with the legendary star Eusebio!
Record: Over two seasons, he made 63 starts, scoring 16 goals.
Loan ranger: He was loaned to Granada for six months during the 2012/13 campaign.
Reign in Spain: In 2013, he joined Celta Vigo in a permanent deal. He would go on to be regarded as one of their best players.
Strike it rich: The forward netted 39 goals in 103 appearances for the Spaniards - here's one against Barcelona.
La Roja: The following year, he made his international debut for Spain's senior side, despite never earning a single cap at youth level.
GOOOOOOOL: He has found the net at Euro 2016, bagging from close range against Turkey.
Welcome to Manchester: Good luck, Nolito!