Fernando Navarro has confirmed his retirement from the game, after leaving relegated Deportivo La Coruna this summer.
The 36-year-old called time on his career on Thursday evening, having made a total of 573 appearances in the professional game.
The left-back is most known for his spell with Sevilla, where he had a success during 2008 and 2015.
Navarro also played for Barcelona during his younger years, before spells with Real Mallorca and Deportivo, with whom he most recently played for, suffering a drop to La Liga 123 last season.
Gonalons suffers leg break
The 29-year-old joined the Andalusian club on loan this summer from Italian side AS Roma and has enjoyed good form thus far.
However, after training on Thursday morning, the Frenchman has now suffered a setback and medical tests will uncover the true extent of the problem.
Prior to his arrival at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, Gonalons spent time with Lyon in France and Roma in the Serie A.
Roque Mesa escapes suspension after Seville derby dismissal
The former Swansea City man was seen as the victim for Sevilla as they lost to Betis and the midfielder was sent off.
Mesa was involved in constant arguments during the derby last weekend and eventually saw red in the 65th minute after an altercation with Pau Lopez.
The competition committee have now retracted the second yellow card which saw him dismissed.