Monchi’s revolution –

El Sevilla quiere contratar físico y juventud y prevé más fichajes que en estos años de pandemia. La Champions y la venta de Koundé y algún otro, claves.

Sevilla is already planning next season with the economic relief of the Champions League, which allows a minimum of 50 million euros of income from Europe. The problem is that that, 50 million, is approximately the money from the economic imbalance that the Nervión team must justify due to the pandemic. Making at least one big sale becomes a must. Jules Koundéwith Chelsea as the absolute suitor, has all the ballots to cover that gap.

The departure of Koundé and, very likely, of some other important member of the team It will allow to give a twist to the Nervion squad. The initial idea is to make a small revolution that the lack of sales has not allowed for the last two years, due to the pandemic. At least 8 or 9 signings and the change of a third of the cast which, today, Julen Lopetegui will direct again.

Shield/Flag Seville

LaLiga Santander

*Data updated as of May 25, 2022

Monchi, who had stopped planning somewhat while waiting to achieve the Champions League, intends to have v closed soonvarious operations that give the team more youth, travel and physical capacity, virtues that this Sevilla has suffered from in many phases of the last season and that have ended up leading to a plague of injuries.

See also  UEFA adorns Madrid

for such a challenge it will be necessary to get more cash with less obvious sales than that of Koundé, such as that of Sevilla’s other great defensive bulwark, Diego Carlos, with increasing pressure from the Premier and some other championship. men like Youssef En-Nesyri, Lucas Ocampos, Marcos Acuña or even Joan Jordán They continue to have a poster in leagues such as the English, French or Italian. It would not be any surprise if Nervión got rid of any of them.

And then there is the need to put the loaned out again. they come back, Except for a surprise offer, Luuk de Jong, Óscar Rodríguez, Oussama Idrissi, Rony Lopes and Alejandro Pozo. Pozo will leave five million in cash if Almería gets promotion to First Division, and with De Jong there will be no problem getting some money. The Óscar, Idrissi and Rony Lopes thing seems much more conflictive.


Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.