In addition to the 5 games presented in this market regarding the Verdiblanca squad, the sports directorate has another group in the binder managed by Willian José.
So far there have been 5 exits Real Betis(not counting the players on loan) but Ramón Planes announces 4 more players. This is to reduce payroll costs and boost coffers for any transfers until August 31st. But the date for the separation of this football quartet will be tight this weekend.
This Sunday, August 13, begins Betis’ LaLiga dream with a visit to the always-difficult Villarreal CF, who are pursuing the same goal. Before this important signing, the four players concerned must already be out of the game. Sevillian paintingand the money from the operations deposited in the bank accounts in Heliopolis.
Willian José leads the second start group at Betis
First up is Brazilian striker Willian José, who is wanted by Mexico’s Cruz Azul but has yet to receive a hefty 10 million offer. His compatriot Luiz Felipe is also on the ramp, but for financial rather than sporting reasons. They want the defense back in Serie A with current champions Napoli as their highest bidder. Despite being in the Premier League, West Ham are also doing their thing.
Then there’s Ivorian midfielder Paul Akouokou, who has one year left on his contract and Planes’ idea is to sell him in that market, yes or yes. Some teams like Getafe, Las Palmas and Valencia CF have all asked about him. Finally, there is the extreme left Juanmi, who has two options. If he wants to stay in Spain it will be with RCD Mallorca or with Al Riyadh from Saudi Arabia in the Middle East.
At Betis, a third exit wave would threaten
Apart from these 4 players, some of whom were discarded by Manuel Pellegrini, there are two more with sales intentions. One of them is right-back Youssouf Sabaly, who has been requested by several clubs in the English and German leagues. The Chilean coach doesn’t intend to give up his approach as he’s used it a lot over the last season.
And finally, CD Mirandés goalscorer (loan) Raúl García de Haro, who would not go unnoticed for his performance in LaLiga Smartbank. The problem is that the Catalan striker will take over when Willian José moves to Central America. For now, Ramón Planes is concentrating on the first four launches to complete them this week.