The talented attacker, who rose through the lower divisions of the Nervión team, could move to England before joining José Mendilibar’s squad. Something Víctor Orta is working hard on.
The preseason of Seville FC It was quite profitable for attacker Juan Luis Sánchez Velasco, better known as Juanlu. In game against betis On Mexican soil he has been one of the most attractive offensive players and the best part is that he is only 19 years old. Raised in the smaller divisions of Seville and with a recent militancy at CD Mirandés, the youngster is proving to be a luxury reinforcement for Mendilibar.
That is if in the Premier League you don’t dare pay Juanlu’s clause which is quite low for the quality of the lad. Its basic price does not reach a million euros, but the cancellation fee in the current contract is 15 kilos. The sporting management of FC Sevilla is already working on renewed renewal with an increase in the number.
Brighton threaten the interests of Sevilla FC with Juanlu
Brighton & Hove Albion are the side whose signing of the young winger is jeopardizing the interests of the Nervión side. Although they have not submitted the formal offer, they are already warning in England that the Seagull team will pocket the money from the clause (15 million). Therefore, Víctor Orta urgently needs to speed up the renewal process with the talented striker.
José Mendilibar has already stated that he would like Juanlu and would even approve a first-team ticket. His performance last season with the boar box and the flashes he has shown in the current pre-season were enough for the Basque coach to give him a chance. Of course, the English team is already starting to apply pressure.
The factor that gives Sevilla FC the confidence to stay at Juanlu
Apart from Brighton paying the clause, they also have to convince the player and that is done by presenting the work project, in this case Roberto de Zerbi. But the young forward’s enthusiasm for the Sevilla first-team infused both Víctor Orta and José Castro with confidence and calm.
“Everything is much easier with the trust that the coach has shown me since the start of the pre-season, as well as with the love that the team and the sporting management have shown me. I wanted to show that I want a place in this squad and that’s why I go out in every game to give my life. were the words of Juanlu, who wishes to set a first-team record for Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán.