The Argentina full-back has picked up another injury and will be out for several weeks so his replacement is already on the way, coming from the Bundesliga. An operation about which Víctor Orta has not given many details.
José Luis Mendilibar is already relaxed about Marcos Acuña, who was injured and will not feature for Sevilla FC in the next few games. But what few know is that the Argentine winger finally, if he will leave this nervous discipline Finally. The physical setback did not prevent the world champion from being sold.
What has changed in a surprising and almost sudden way is the fate of Acuña. A few days ago, Unai Emery’s Aston Villa were at the top of the bid and they had even reached an agreement with Víctor Orta. But the latest information from around Seville confirms it will be Nottingham Forest who will end up taking the tumble.
While Sevilla finalize their agreement to sign Marcos Acuña, they are also preparing to deploy his replacement
Everything indicates that it will be the Steve Cooper-led club who will enlist the services of the former Sporting Lisboa side, just as they have already done with compatriot Gonzalo Montiel. While they work out all the details, Víctor Orta is working on a backup signing who will come from the Bundesliga, more specifically from VFB Stuttgart.
He plays as a winger and centre-back, is of Croatian nationality and has a past at Dinamo Zagreb. We’re talking about Borna Sosa. The 25-year-old also acts internationally with his team, where he achieved an important third place at the last World Cup in Qatar. Sources close to Sevilla FC point out that the Balkan player has already agreed to join the Mendilibar project.
These will be the farms of Marcos Acuña and Borna Sosa
The Nervión club will receive just over 10 million euros for the Argentine’s passport, 7 of which will go to the German team to complete the Croatian’s transfer. Overall, the Seville team will step in for the gauchos and take home a €3m win. A proceeds that Víctor Orta considers fair given his player’s injury.
Marcos Acuña would arrive at Nottingham Forest this week or next, as would Borna Sosa at the Sevilla FC facilities. One of the reasons behind the Croatian’s decision to play in LaLiga EA Sports, apart from facing teams like Real Madrid, FC Barcelona or Atlético, is participation in the Champions League.
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