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William Carvalho joins Real Betis after quitting Sporting Lisbon

William Carvalho quit Sporting earlier in the year and has now joined Real Betis in La Liga.

William Carvalho has joined Real Betis from Sporting Lisbon, the La Liga outfit announced on their website on Friday.

Carvalho, 26, was part of a mass player exodus from Sporting after fans attacked the club's training ground in May following a public rebuke of the team by then president Bruno de Carvalho, who was later voted out of the position by paying members of the Lisbon-based club.

Portugal international Carvalho has agreed to terms with the club on a deal that runs through the 2023 season after having been linked with a move to West Ham during the summer transfer window.

Information from Reuters was used in this story.

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