Monchi calls on Sevilla FC to sign a regular from Mendilibar

There are concerns among Sevilla’s coaching staff as, despite having three left-backs, they want to take over the starting XI, thereby jeopardizing the side’s defensive stability. José Castro and Víctor Orta have a different opinion.

Sevilla FC didn’t get the best start to LaLiga EA Sports with a home loss but the worst news comes from Monchi. Although the man from Cadiz distanced himself from it Club Nervion Weeks ago, his contact with his loved ones’ club is still active. But this time it’s about jeopardizing defensive stability Jose Mendilibar.

At the moment Sevilla have three left-backs but Aston Villa want the regular and Mendilibar is more comfortable with them. This is Argentina’s Marcos Acuña, who has earned a place in the starting XI thanks to his dedication and good performances. They think the same for Argentina national team, where Lionel Scaloni sees him as his No. 1 right lane option.

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Marcos Acuña has been the left starter since his arrival at Sevilla FC.

Mendilibar are demanding Marcos Acuña stay, but Sevilla FC are currently negotiating with Monchi

While the Basque manager asks the Sevillista team’s general and sporting management for help regarding the potential departure of their starting left-back, Castro and Orta ignore it. And it is that sources close to Sevilla managers will let the Argentine go if the offer made by the former sporting director on behalf of the rogue club is striking.

It should be noted that the gaucho has a contract with the Nervionenense company until 2025, and the base price is 10 million euros. There is also a 25-kilo clause, but you cannot necessarily demand payment of this. So if the offer is around 17 million, negotiations will start for the talented left winger.

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Marcos Acuña could play his final games at Sevilla FC before joining Monchi’s side

Since joining the Sevilla discipline in 2020, the Argentine full-back has always distinguished himself by being one of the best at his position. As of today, he already has 9,057 minutes, spread over 124 games and spread over 3 seasons, with a record of 5 goals and 12 assists. The Zapalino had three trainers (Lopetegui, Sampaoli, Mendilibar) who referenced him excellently.

Now, his fourth manager could be Unai Emery, but at another club that would be Aston Villa, where Monchi is his sporting director. This would be his first Premier League side and fifth in his sporting career which he has spanned through Ferro Carril Oeste, Racing Club, Sporting de Lisboa and Sevilla FC. José Mendilibar will remain part of his main squad for the time being.

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