UPDATED 01:39 19th July 2012
Villarreal's Jonathan de Guzman became Michael Laudrup's second signing of the new campaign when he completed a one-year loan deal on July 10, 2012.
The club also has an option to make the attacking midfielder, 24, a permanent signing.
Born in Ontario, Canada, he moved to the Netherlands to join Feyenoord's youth academy and played over 100 games for the Rotterdam club.
He also opted to represent the Netherlands after he gained Dutch citizenship, winning four Under-21 caps along with six appearances at the Olympic Games in Beijing in 2008.
He joined up with Laudrup at Mallorca on a free transfer in 2010 before being sold on transfer deadline day to Villarreal for around £7m in August 2011 after 38 appearances.
After making an encouraging start at El Madrigal, de Guzman found game time at a premium after the club appointed a new manager.