by Tom Conn | Posted on Wednesday, February 19th, 2014
Rayo Vallecano defender, Alejandro Gálvez has reached an agreement to join German Bundesliga side, Werder Bremen on a free transfer after his current contract expires this summer.
According to German newspaper, Bild, Gálvez will sign a three-year with the German side, ending the 24-year-old’s two-year stint with the Madrid side.
Gálvez began his career with Villarreal but bounced around, moving to Sporting Gijon and finally finding a place with Paco Jemez at Rayo Vallecano in the summer of 2012.
Gálvez has been one of the most utilised players under Paco Jemez, making 44 appearances in his two years with the club, even chipping in to score one goal.
Gálvez will undoubtedly be the first of many players to leave the club, as Rayo appear destined for relegation and will miss vital parts of their squad when Jonathan Viera (Valencia), Falque (Tottenham) and Saul (Atletico Madrid) all return to their original clubs after spending a year on loan in Vallecas.