The full-back didn't have the confience of the coach in Inter Milan
From Inter Milan to Betis. Barça's Martin Montoya has had no luck in Italy and now he is back to the Spanish league to try to avoid relegation of the Andalusian club, currently 14th, two points above the relegation zone.
The club officially announced the operation with Betis after terminating the agreement with Inter Milan for two seasons signed last summer. Inter coach, Roberto Mancini, has not trusted in him, and Montoya has only played 4 out of 24 matches.
The 25-year-old player traind in La Masia hopes to relaunch his career after failing to have success in the Catalan club, where he played 66 games and scored two goals. In Betis, Montoya's main opponent for a place will be the Italian Cristiano Piccini.
During his presentation, Montoya said he was "eager to play in this great club," and hopes to help the team with his qualities: "attacking and creating chances on the side."