Aitor Ruibal has a mission: to deliver the new Real Betis shirt to his compatriot, Germán Pezzella. The Verdiblanco team has published a curious parody video on social networks to announce the signing of the Argentine by the Andalusian entity. “Oh boy, here we go again”, Ruibal is heard saying as soon as the clip starts, clearly inspired (and without any dissimulation) by GTA: San Andreas. The meme comes true and we see the player walking with the gaits of the video game characters.
Grand Transfer Announcement: Real Betis, written in the original GTA font, shows how the player heads towards the stadium to meet the assigned task. On his way to the pitch, he grabs a scooter until he finally reaches his destination. As you can see, the video introduces some elements that simulate the interface of the Rockstar Games classic, that is, a minimap in the lower left, as well as other additions. In the end, and after colliding with a door, the footballer is able to hand over the shirt to Pezzela. Mission accomplished.
Germán Pezzella signs for four seasons
The signing of Germán Pezzela has been completed just a few hours ago. As published by AS, the player arrived in Seville on August 19 to stamp his signature on his new contract, which will join him again with Real Betis for the next four seasons. The intention of the club that Manuel Pellegrini coaches is for Pezzela to be the natural substitute for Aissa Mandi in defense. After the victory in the Copa de América with the Argentine national team, the defender leaves Fiorentina and returns to what was already his home in the past.
“And we have all heard the saying ‘that second parts were never good’,” Real Betis wrote in an official statement. “However, here we must make the exception to the rule. Pezzella returns to Benito Villamarín at the moment when the Betic team needs the most to find the veteran and the leadership in the defensive line in the face of the shortcomings that we have, and in the face of the long season where the three competitions were fought ”.
Source | Real Betis (Twitter)