🐸👋🏻 Bienvenido a tu casa, Míster
— Levante UD 🐸 (@LevanteUD) June 12, 2022
After ending the campaign in 19th, Levante slipped through the relegation trapdoor, on the back of a season littered with managerial changes at the Estadio Ciutat de Valencia.
Lisci secured their first win of the season in January, but despite three victories in the final four games of the campaign, he could not save them from relegation.
The club opted against renewing Lisci’s short term contract earlier this month, with Nafti now arriving on the Spanish east coast, after his departure from Leganes.
The former Tunisian international has agreed a 12-month contract, including a two-year extension clause, subject to Levante’s potential return to the top-flight in 2023.