Jose Antonio Reyes played for Arsenal Football Club. The former Spanish forward joined Arsenal from Sevilla in 2004 for £17m. Reyes left Arsenal for Atletico Madrid in 2007. In total, he made 110 appearances for Arsenal and scored 23 goals. Reyes wore the number 9 shirt for Arsenal. He was born on September 1, 1983 and died on June 1, 2019 at the age of 35.
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Francis Cagigao has said goodbye to Arsenal after 24 years at the club, the quiet man who discovered so many stars we love releasing a rare statement as he goes.
1 June marks one year since Jose Antonio Reyes died in an horrific car crash that also claimed the life of his cousin, Jonathon, who was in the back seat.
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Dani Ceballos has paid tribute to Jose Antonio Reyes, admitting he's proud to have followed in his idol's footsteps by joining Arsenal.
Sevilla held a tribute to Jose Antonio Reyes on Saturday night before their game against Atletico Madrid.
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