Japan’s Takashi Inui speaks wearing Real Betis’ shirt as he received from the team’s Business General Manager Ramon Alarcon, at the Spanish embassy in Tokyo Thursday, July 12, 2018.  Inui has signed a contract with the Seville-based club until 2021, after he spent three seasons at Betis’ La Liga rivals Eibar. (Kyodo News via AP)
Japan’s Takashi Inui speaks wearing Real Betis’ shirt as he received from the team’s Business General Manager Ramon Alarcon, at the Spanish embassy in Tokyo Thursday, July 12, 2018. Inui has signed a contract with the Seville-based club until 2021, after he spent three seasons at Betis’ La Liga rivals Eibar. (Kyodo News via AP) 181947+0900 AP
Japan’s Takashi Inui speaks wearing Real Betis’ shirt as he received from the team’s Business General Manager Ramon Alarcon, at the Spanish embassy in Tokyo Thursday, July 12, 2018. Inui has signed a contract with the Seville-based club until 2021, after he spent three seasons at Betis’ La Liga rivals Eibar. (Kyodo News via AP) 181947+0900 AP

Japan midfielder Inui gets embassy introduction

July 12, 2018 09:33 AM