Swansea midfielder Roque Mesa has joined La Liga side Sevilla on a permanent basis for an undisclosed fee.
The 29-year-old joined Swansea from Spanish side Las Palmas last summer, but spent just six months in Wales before returning to his homeland with Sevilla on loan.
He made just seven appearances for them after joining in January, but Sevilla have seen enough to make the move permanent.
Mesa, who was brought to the club by previous boss Paul Clement, leaves the Liberty Stadium after making only 16 appearances for Swansea.
He was brought to the club for £11m and signed a four-year contract.
Mesa is the second first-team player to be sold since Swansea's relegation, following Lukasz Fabianski's move to West Ham last week.