Bury have signed midfielder Marcos Navas, the elder brother of Manchester City and Spain winger Jesus.
- Began career at Sevilla before spells with Polideportivo Ejido, Xerez, Albacete, Guadalajara, Huesca, Leganés and Recreativo Huelva.
- Made over 300 appearances for Sevilla winning two UEFA Cups and Spanish Cups before joining Manchester City for £14.9m
- Won the 2012 European Championship and 2010 World Cup glory with Spain, for whom he has 29 caps
Marcos, 30, was most recently on the books of Spanish Second Division side Recreativo Huelva, but was released at the end of last season.
Also capable of playing in defence, he joins the League Two club
two months after his brother moved to City.
The Shakers have also signed former Bolton striker Temitope Ayoluwa Obadeyi, 23, on a one-year deal.
During his time with the Trotters, Obadeyi had spells on loan with Swindon, Rochdale, Shrewsbury and Chesterfield.
Last year he played 12 games for Portuguese top flight outfit Rio Ave.