Levante secured one arrival during the January transfer window as Ruben Vezo came from Valencia on loan.
The Valencian based side saw four players leave the Ciudad de Valencia in the month of January and one arrive.
Departing was Ivi, who returned from his loan spell with Real Valladolid, before being shipped out once more on a short term loan deal to Sporting Gijon in the Segunda division.
Armando Sadiku has also left with FC Lugano making a permanent move for the 27-year-old striker.
Samu Garcia, who failed to secure a first team role – was able to mutually agree a termination on his contract, but he is yet to find a new club.
Coming in was Vezo, the Portuguese defender arrived at Valencia in 2014 but saw playing time hard to come by, seeing himself loaned Granada and now he arrives at Levante.
Having represented Portugal at all levels up until U21, Vezo does have experience but his lack of game over the last two years sees him fall short but nevertheless he should break into the Levante side and provide a good option for cover at the heart of the defence.
Levante’s dealings meant they spent nothing but also made no sales.