The month of July has already crossed the equator and in the Sevilla FC The sports schedule for 22/23 is practically the same as when the market opened in terms of reinforcements. With the Brazilian Marcao already in Nervión to replace his compatriot Diego Charleswho left Aston Villa in June in exchange for 35 million euros, monchi continues to shape a puzzle that does not quite hold together in the face of the difficulties presented by the current market.
Market inflation, in general, and the lack of liquidity in football make moves to La Liga virtually unfeasible, where clubs are gradually untying ties, albeit with difficulty. In these is a Monchi who needs like water in May the cash that a good sale like Jules Koundé would bring him.
The French central defender has been on the starting ramp since he was retained last summer when he had practically everything wrapped up with Chelsea. The promise to let him release this one and the economic necessity has us thinking he’ll be next, even if the long-awaited supply hasn’t arrived yet.
The objective of Monchi, and Sevilla FC, has always been to sell Koundé for around 60-65 million euros, an amount that in today’s market seems very complicated. And we refer to the facts.
Without this big sale, Monchi is handcuffed. He advances in the negotiations, but does not manage to finish closing it. Thus, as various sources ensure the drafting of sports stadium, there are several names that San Fernando is well on the way to, failing to give him that final push. A situation, as these sources say, which has worn Monchi a lot, who expected a complicated market, but who is encountering much more difficulties than expected.
In its plan to rejuvenate the workforce in pursuit of future capital gains and reduce the payroll, it runs into endless problems that delay incorporations. Something they already had, although at this time they hoped to have more additions to make.
Al Koundé jam, where FC Barcelona advancing thanks to its economic “levers” is the main option today, although Chelsea do not forget it either, they are joined by the complications to give exits to players like Rony Lopes or Idrissi, whose salary is not, precisely, turkey mucus. Especially compared to their performance as Sevilla players.
Rony Lopes’ complications to leave Sevilla FC
If it is already difficult to place a footballer like Rony Lopes, who landed in Nervión as Sevilla FC’s most expensive signing in exchange for 25 million euros and who since then has not performed as expected , it becomes more complex if the footballer does not. help either. This is precisely what is happening to Monchi.
After two unsuccessful transfers, first to France and then to Greece, Sevilla FC is experiencing the same problem this summer with the Portuguese international: place it. His net record of €2.7m makes him an overpriced target for the vast majority of clubs. In La Liga, none of the interested parties can fully seize it, as Sevilla FC wishes, while abroad they are few. A hypothetical solution would point to the exotic leagues, a door that today the footballer keeps closed.
Rony’s intention, as in the previous courses, is to go out to a European club and allow him to participate in Europe, thus trying to reverse his situation. He has already tried it in Nice and at Olympiakos, but without quite succeeding.
Idrissi, complicated, but less difficult for Monchi
A similar situation is the one Monchi faces with another footballer like Idrissi, although less complex. Because? Simply because of his hiding place, as although he is tall, he does not reach the levels of Rony Lopes. The The 1.4 million euros that the Moroccan international receives seems to constitute an important cache, although much more affordable for many clubs, especially outside La Liga.
At Cádiz CF they are eager to keep him on loan, like in the second half of last season, but Sevilla FC are in no mood to take back part of the record. And here they are, with other clubs.
The idea, both in the case of Rony Lopes and Idrissi, is to find the most advantageous exit for Sevilla FC (and for the players), which would considerably lighten the salary burden and give room for maneuver for the players. operations that Monchi has advanced enough. Among them, one as complicated as that of Isco. The Malagan does not enter into this idea of rejuvenating the workforce, but Lopetegui would see in him an ideal reinforcement. The Real Madrid ex is for the job of lowering his cache to get to Nervión and Monchi, if the numbers end up squared he doesn’t rule it out. First, yes, it’s time to lighten the weight.