The Mexico international joins the ambitious Spanish side after three seasons with PSV Eindhoven where he won succesive league titles in his first two seasons.
Initially signed as a tireless defensive midfielder by Phillip Cocu’s side, the diminutive Mexican left Boeren with a glowing reputation as a technically gifted box-to-box midfielder after featuring 102 times for the club.
And with rumours of his potential exit to the MLS with Los Angeles FC, the Confederations Cup semi-finalist shocked all by being unveiled as a Béticos player.
“There are not enough words…The way you have made me feel throughout these three wonderful years, since the moment I got to Eindhoven,” he said upon his exit from the Eredivisie giants.
However, in reference to his return to Spain, the 139-time capped Mexican said; “I am excited to form part of this great project with you all. I thank you all for placing your trust in me.”
Betis has reportedly paid PSV around €2 million for Guardado and the contract will run until 2020.