Macarthur FC can today confirm the signing of the 2020/21 Johnny Warren Medal winner, Ulises Dávila for the next three seasons.
With just under 50 A-League appearances to his name, the Mexican attacking midfielder joins the Bulls following a two year stint at Wellington.
Once signed to Premier League club Chelsea on a five-year deal, Dávila will bring plenty of experience to the Bulls attack.
The 30-year-old Mexican netted seven goals and turned provider seven times for the Nix during their 2020/21 A-League campaign.
Speaking on his arrival to the Bulls, Dávila said:
“I’m very excited to be joining the Bulls and be part of this great project.
“Watching the club last season, I was very impressed with their debut in the league. I enjoyed watching them play and I could see how they play football, is how I like to play – exciting.”
“After spending a lot of time in Australia last season, I’m looking forward to playing in front of the Bulls fans at Campbelltown Stadium, as we look to achieve something special for the region.” Dávila added.
Macarthur FC Head Coach Ante Milicic said he was delighted to secure Davila’s services for the next three seasons.
“I’d like to welcome Ulises to our club.”
“There is no doubt he will be an important addition to our squad, building on the foundations we have put in place in our first season.”
“We know how dangerous he can be and I’m looking forward to seeing what he can bring to our club.” Milicic said.
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