Ulises Davila has found a home for the 2013/14 season, according to a radio announcement from the Spanish club that will be bringing the player in. Cordoba CF have supposedly reached an agreement to bring the player to the Spanish second division on a season long loan, where he's already familiar with the competition.
Davila joined the Blues two years ago after an impressive summer of international duty, but without a work permit, he's yet to pull on a Chelsea kit. His first season in Europe was a relatively unsuccessful one, spending the year at Vitesse where he barely saw time on the pitch. Last season was spent in Spanish second division side Sabadell, where he was much more impressive than he was in the Netherlands.
Here's hoping Davila has a second successful season in Spain, maybe even getting some consideration for the Mexican national team. His country could certainly use some better players based on what we've seen over the past year, and his chances of getting a work permit in England would be greatly enhanced by that.
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