CD Almuñecar City are delighted to confirm the signings of Pablo Lajeunesse, Bradley Jason and Jose Sánchez Heredia.
The trio linked up with the squad earlier this week and are available for selection for this weekend's game against CD Juventud Sexitana.
Pablo Lajeunesse returns to the club after leaving for trial at the end of the 2018/19 season, but the defender suffered an unfortunate ACL injury shortly after which stalled any progress.
The 25-year-old played for a number of teams across Spain during his youth career before moving to the United States where he completed a Mathematics and Business Degree at The College of Saint Rose and was a key member of their soccer team.
The full back then joined CD Almuñecar City at the beginning of the 2018/19 season and enjoyed a successful season with the club becoming a crucial squad member and winning promotion with the club.
George Jermy, Head Coach at CD Almuñecar City, commented: "We're delighted to welcome Pablo back to the club; he was a big part of the squad last year and will be a huge asset for us heading into the second half of the season.
Pablo was on the brink of a move to a Tercera División club before suffering an unfortunate injury at the end of the season. We know he's really eager to get out on the pitch again and prove himself after a frustrating time on the sidelines."
Bradley Jason joins the club from partners Pretoria Athletic after impressing during an initial one week stint at the academy in September 2019.
The versatile South African adds an abundance of pace, creativity and flair to the squad and can play in a number of positions on either flank.
George Jermy, Head Coach at CD Almuñecar City, commented: "Bradley has been on our radar since his impressive week long stint at the club earlier on in the season.
He joins us from our partners Pretoria Athletic in South Africa who have had nothing but positive things to say about the player's attitude and ability.
Bradley has impressed us all in training with his electric pace and we hope he can transfer his fearless approach to the game out on the pitch when it matters."
Jose Sánchez Heredia joins the club from División de Honor high flyers Juventud Torremolinos after impressing during an initial trial period.
The 18-year-old midfielder was previously part of Segunda B club Marbella FC U19s side and was called up to train with their senior team on a regular basis, eventually earning his senior debut for the team.
George Jermy, Head Coach at CD Almuñecar City, commented: "We're really happy to bring Heradia into the group; he's impressed at high levels of youth football and we think we can be the perfect platform for him to transition that good form into the senior game.
Jose is a technically gifted midfielder with an attacking mindset who we hope will play a big part in the second half of the season."