By BBC Sport
Former Arsenal winger Jose Antonio Reyes has died in a car accident aged 35, Spanish club Sevilla have announced.
"We couldn't be confirming worse news," the La Liga club said on Twitter. The Spaniard joined the Gunners from the La Liga side in January 2004 and was part of the 'Invincibles' side that went through the 2003-04 season unbeaten, winning the Premier League. He later spent a season on loan at Real Madrid in 2006-07, winning La Liga.
The La Liga club paid tribute to the "eternal legend", adding he was "one of the most valuable home grown players in the history of the club". Reyes leaves behind his wife Noelia Lopez, who he married in June 2017, and three children, daughters Noelia and Triana and son Jose Antonio Jr from a previous relationship.
Henry leads tributes to 'exceptional human' Reyes
Arsenal paid tribute to their former player, saying they are "devastated by the shocking news". Gunners legend Thierry Henry, who played alongside Reyes between 2004-2007, called him a "wonderful player, superb team-mate and exceptional human being".
"I wish his family and friends continued strength and courage to get through this difficult time. #takenfartoosoon", he added on Twitter. Ex team-mate Freddie Ljungberg said: "Numbed by the news about my former team-mate, Jose Antonio Reyes.
Gone far too soon, my thoughts are with his family and friends." His current club Extremadura said in a statement on Twitter: "With a broken heart Extremadura UD announce the death of their player Jose Antonio Reyes in a traffic accident."
Reyes' final match was a 1-0 win at Alcorcon on 18 May. The Spanish second division side are scheduled to face Cadiz away from home on Sunday.