Profile: Norwich City transfer target Javier Garrido
Javier Garrido enjoyed three seasons at Real Sociedad in La Liga, playing 86 games and scoring one goal.
On 2 August 2007 the left-back joined Manchester City in a �1.5m deal on a four-year contract.
Garrido's first season in the Premier League saw Manchester City finishing ninth and qualifying for the UEFA Cup through fairplay.
The Spanish Under-21 international scored his first goal for Manchester City with a free-kick against Liverpool in October 2008 but only appeared 13 times in the 2008-09 Premier League season.
Garrido made only nine league appearances in the 2009-10 season and on 30 July 2010 he joined Lazio for �2.75m as a replacement for Aleksandar Kolarov.
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• Position: Left-back
• Born: Irun, Spain (15 March, 1985)
• Height: 5ft, 8in.
• Weight: 11st, 8lbs.
• Former clubs: Valencia, Real Sociedad, Manchester City, Lazio
Valencia (2001-04): 19 starts, plus 6 as sub, 0 goals.
Real Sociedad (2004-07): 83 starts, plus 3 as sub, 1 goal.
Manchester City (2007-10): 50 starts, plus 12 as sub, 2 goals.
Lazio (2010): 18 starts, plus 3 as sub, 0 goals.
• Total: 170 starts, plus 21 as sub, 3 goals.