Seville is working to make moves in the market ahead of the closure, both in exits and in arrivals. The team needs to free up chips and ease wage pressure, and they have yet to field players like Adnan Januzaj, Óscar Rodríguez and Idrissi who are unregistered and others who could leave if an offer arrives, like Tecatito Corona or Papu Gómez. The club’s president, José Castro, announced changes in the squad ahead of September 1 and the team would like to sign a centre-back and a defensive midfielder to compete with Fernando.
Belgian Januzaj, who missed the pre-season, could be sold to Arab Football as Saudi League’s Al-Taï Sport could make an offer for him, according to MundoDeportivo. His departure would unveil an important file as he was freed and signed a five-year deal, which was necessary to be able to sign and register players.
Poor start to the league with three defeats has increased Sevilla’s urgency in the market. José Castro has said that sporting director Víctor Orta is working hard and well and that they trust that by September 1 they will completely remove the useless players and that some new ones will come in to work better.
They could make money with the Belgian’s departure
In summary, Seville is working to make moves in the market ahead of the closure, both in exits and new arrivals, to free up chips and ease wage pressure. The team would like to sign a central defender and a defensive midfielder to rival Fernando. Januzaj’s exit could be a possibility and he could also leave cash in the Sevilla club as Saudi League side Al-Taï Sport could have an offer for him in the next few hours.