UTRERA (SPAIN) – New background appears on the death of the Spanish footballer José Antonio Reyes .
The former footballer, among others, of Real Madrid and Arsenal, was circulating at least 187 kilometers per hour at the time of the outbreak of his tire which caused the fatal car accident on 1 June 2019.
Marca.com reported it, citing the report of the Spanish Civil Guard.
The footballer suffered the burst of the left rear wheel on the A376 highway while crossing Alcalá de Guadaira.
José Antonio Reyes was on his way to Utrera, his hometown, when he crashed off the road following the explosion of his car's tire.
The wheel that broke out, according to Cadena SER, had been repaired by the mechanical cousin a few days earlier.
José Antonio Reyes was not alone. With him were his cousins Jonathan, who died instantly, and Juan Manuel, seriously injured with over 60% of burns on the body.
Reyes was the youngest player to make his Serie A debut for Sevilla. He was hired in the 2003-04 season for 30 million by Arsenal.
With the Gunners shirt he won a Premier, a Community Shield, and an FA Cup. He was the first Spanish player to win the English championship.
He was subsequently transferred to Real Madrid where he won a Liga. The next stages of his career have been Atletico Madrid and Benfica. His last clubs have been Seville, Espanyol, Cordoba, Xinjiang and Extremadura.
During his brilliant career, he has won four Europa League games, one with Atletico and three in a row with Sevilla: a record he shares with Beto, Gameiro and Vitolo.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano