Villarreal defender Ruben Semedo has agreed a loan deal with Portuguese side Rio Ave.
The central defender followed his six month prison sentence with a move to Huesca last year, but he failed to take that chance and saw the deal cut short – returning to the Yellow Submarine.
The 24-year-old was charged with a number of offences whilst playing for Villarreal, which included attempted murder, kidnap and possession of illegal weapons.
Having returned to the La Liga club, Semedo was told he could find a new club and has subsequently been loaned out to Rio Ave, who play in his homeland of Portugal.
On 20th February, Semedo was detained for typing up a man and assaulting him during a robbery, reports claim.
The Portuguese defender was not allowed to leave Spain meanwhile and cannot go within 300 metres of the victim, whilst he must return to court on a weekly basis.
However, currently awaiting trial in Spain, Semedo was granted special permission to leave the country and continue his career with Rio Ave.
Semedo joined Villarreal from Sporting CP in the summer for €14m but only played four games for the Yellow Submarine, having also been involved in a nightclub incident, which saw him caught with firearms.