Sevilla have struck again in the transfer market, this time by signing Mateo Mejía from Manchester United. The 20-year-old forward will join the Sevilla Atlético, the club’s reserve side, where he has signed a contract until 2026.
The Spanish-Colombian striker began his career in the youth ranks of Real Zaragoza, but he moved to Manchester United at the age of 16. He initially played for the club’s U18 team, before making the step up to the U23s in 2021-22.
ℹ️ Mateo Mejía, refuerzo de ataque para el #SevillaAtlético. ✍️⚽️
— Sevilla Atlético y Cantera Sevilla FC (@CanteraSFC) January 18, 2024
Mejía has been a regular in the Premier League 2 this season, scoring two goals and providing four assists in 15 appearances. He is a versatile player who can play as a striker, winger, or attacking midfielder.
Sevilla are clearly looking to the future with this signing. Mejía is a talented young player with a lot of potential, and he could be a valuable asset to the club in the years to come.