The Argentine team can lend itself to a new business with Sevilla
The maxim “let out before you come in” has become a cornerstone for most LaLiga teams. A clear example is Sevilla FC, who are starting to consider releasing Gonzalo Montiel. The Argentine full-back, for whom they paid out 11 million euros in 2021, has never finished convincing and now they are looking for a way out for him in this same summer transfer market.
However, and although the club wants to get rid of him, the player has not received any offers. And the ones he received are no longer on the table, as the player’s problems with justice scare even those concerned. And for this Sevilla FC are considering using Montiel as a bargaining chip undertake another incorporation.
Montiel’s departure from Sevilla FC is complicated
Yesterday we talked about it all the problems Monchi had left unresolved at Sevilla FC. Papu Gómez, Januzaj and Rony Lopes were the players mentioned, but they are not the only ones. Another of the players the Sevillian club wants to get rid of is Gonzalo Montiel, who has shown absolutely nothing since his arrival two seasons ago.
As well as being the hero tasked with scoring the decisive penalty in the recent Europa League final against AS Roma, the Argentine has been a secondary player. In fact, whenever you’ve been physically fit, Jesús Navas preceded him in the rotation. But finding a way out is not easy.
River Plate can provide a solution
Due to this situation, Sevilla FC have been considering an exchange with an Argentine club. This club is River Plate, where the footballer played before making the leap to Europe. There they still have fond memories of their time at the club, unlike here. That’s why they’d be delighted to have it back.
Because of this, Sevilla FC have offered an exchange for Montiel. The Argentine full-back would return to Argentina together with an economic compensation in exchange for Ezequiel Barco, who is very popular in the club. Of course, they are not the only ones interested in signing him, as we have also learned that Betis are following in the footsteps of the talented Argentine footballer.