Anthony Martial is seriously considering a loan move to Sevilla in January, according to his agent. Phillipe Lamboley, the player’s representative, had this to say: “We’re studying the Sevilla option very closely. Sevilla is a very good club, in a good position in La Liga. They’re in the Champions League and have a great coach.
According to the latest reports, Sevilla are interested in signing the on-loan Samir Nasri on a permanent deal from Manchester City next summer. However, the La Liga high-flyers will have to pay around £20 million to secure the Frenchman’s services. As reported by talkSport: “The former Arsenal man has been a big success in LaLiga
Arsenal have been having a dull transfer window as they don’t seem to attract any top names to the club and are mostly seen to lose out on players to other teams. In recent news, Arsene Wenger missed out on prolific striker Wissam Ben Yedder as the player decided to ditch the English side and
With Tottenham gearing up for the new Premier League season and a return to the Champions League, it’s highly likely there will be more arrivals at White Hart Lane this summer. One man the North Londoners are said to be looking at is Sevilla’s Vitolo and he could make a useful addition to the squad.
Just a few months after Yevhen Konoplyanka made the switch from Ukrainian side Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk to Sevilla in Spain, rumours of a move to the Premier League have yet again emerged with Chelsea the latest suitors. Premier League move back on The 26-year-old was previously been linked with a move to England back in
The sporting world is constantly evolving which makes the ability to remain at the top so difficult and why so few manage to achieve it. When Fernando Llorente was playing for Athletic Bilbao in their Europa Cup run of 2011/12 it seemed the world was at his feet. He was scoring lots of goals and became one
The transfer window rumour mill has been in full force this week with the latest reports suggesting that Arsenal were about to sign midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak from Sevilla. When asked if he was looking to add the €30m player to his ranks, the Gunners boss replied with an emphatic: “No.” However, Arsenal’s scouts were present
With the kick off of the new La Liga season looming, it is shaping up to be another intriguing year in the Spanish top-flight. Luis Enrique’s all-conquering Barcelona will be the team to beat after last season’s treble and they have strengthened, though find themselves hamstrung by the transfer ban that prohibits Arda Turan and
AC Milan announced last month that they have reached an agreement to sign Sevilla striker Carlos Bacca, subject to a medical. The Italian giants met the buyout clause in his contract that is reported to be set at €30 million. Let’s take a closer look at the 28-year-old Colombian. Background When he was
Gaël Kakuta, unfortunately, has been more famous for almost getting Chelsea almost banned from making signings for two windows, than for his on-field contribution for the Blues since his 2007 move from Lens. Now having spent last season on loan at La Liga rivals Rayo Vallecano, he will join Europa League winners, Sevilla. Born in
It has been a difficult start to the season for Athletic Bilbao, hindered by a small squad and the added pressures of a Champions League jaunt, last season’s fourth-placed side had won only 1 of their opening 8 games, positioning them out of the bottom 3 by goal difference only. In the past fortnight they
Manchester City completed the signing of Jesus Navas from Sevilla earlier this week for £17 million plus add-ons. Having surrendered their Premier League title to Manchester United and parting company with Roberto Mancini this is the first statement of intent by the club. Navas will provide City with the one thing they have lacked this
Every season in a league there is a number of breakthrough talents, and arguably the league that produces the most talent is La Liga. In this era of Spanish dominance in international football the conveyor belt of young stars seems endless. Last season there was plenty of young players making a name for themselves. The
Over the past decade, Sevilla have had some impressive central midfield partnerships, but there have been a few which just quite simply have not worked out or lived up to expectations. The partnership of Renato and Enzo Maresca was effectively the bedrock for the club’s success in the UEFA Cup in 2006, with both players