The full-back will return to La Liga after a disappointing spell at San Siro and says he is looking forward to “feeling like a footballer”
Barcelona have confirmed Martin Montoya will spend the rest of the 2015-16 campaign with Real Betis after his loan spell at Inter was terminated early.
Montoya moved to Serie A at the start of the season in an attempt to get regular first-team football after becoming frustrated behind Dani Alves at Camp Nou.
The right-back struggled to break into Roberto Mancini’s side, though, and only made four appearances in all competitions for Inter.
He will hope for more first-team action at Betis after signing a loan deal with Juan Merino’s side.
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“I come with great ambition and great desire to play again and feel like a footballer,” the 24-year-old told Betis’ official website.
“I am very pleased to come to a great club like Real Betis.”