The team from Vitoria turns the page and concentrates on its transfer plan for next season
The Deportivo Alaves It was one of the three teams that signed the relegation this season, but the club is concentrating on its transfer plan like that of Save Seville. The 38-year-old midfielder will end his contract with the RCD Majorca on June 30, and his agent has already announced that the midfielder will continue playing football for several more years.
Some journalists and close to LaLiga Santander, had predicted the footballer’s retirement for the end of this season. The truth is that Salva himself has communicated that he will continue in the discipline and is on the lookout for a new team. The player is aware that at his ageit will be difficult for a club of the first division I hired him.
Two teams including Alavés are interested in Salva Sevilla
The season in LaLiga Santander has ended but there is one more day to go before the end of LaLiga Smartbank. Even so, the silver league teams are getting ready to enter the summer market with force, and there would be the new tenant Alavés and a strong competitor, FC Cartagena. Both squads have contemplated the inclusion of the midfielder in their ranks, and more so if it comes at zero cost.
Up to four midfielders in the Vitorian club end their contract in this summer market, and the sports management led by Sergio Fernández likes the arrival of the veteran midfielder. Despite the player’s age, the Basque team considers that he could be an important piece, that by joining with younger players could produce favorable results for the club.
FC Cartagena also has interests to snatch the signing of Salva Sevilla from Alavés
The Efesé team also has 3 midfielders with contracts until next summer, and Luis Carrión contemplates the signing of Salva Sevilla quite decisively. The Catalan coach studied the numbers of the Almeria player with the Alavés elastic, and determined that the incorporation of him can be of great help for the different functions of the squad.
In the absence of a day, the Cartagena club finished ninth in the standings as a result of 17 wins, 6 draws and 18 losses. They are already preparing their transfer plan to once again face the challenge of reaching at least the promotion playoffs next season. With the signing of Salva Sevilla, they hope to consolidate a strong midfield that meets Carrión’s demands.