Marko Dmitrović wants to leave Sevilla

It has been a period of transition for Sevilla’s goalkeepers in the last couple of years. Towards the end of the 2022/23 season, both Yassine Bono and Marko Dmitrović spent time as the club’s starter.

When Bono left at the end of the club’s Europa League-winning season, it looked as though Dmitrović had a clear path to the first team, with Ørjan Nyland joining as a backup.

That was, until the narrative shifted, and Nyland became the club’s preferred choice. This was the case for the majority of last season, with Nyland making 28 appearances compared to Dmitrović’s 20.

Now the Serbian is in search of a way out, preferring a club where he would be the first-choice keeper, according to Relevo.

There are several clubs interested in securing the services of the Serbian stopper, such as Real Valladolid, but a move wont necessarily be simple to negotiate.

Dmitrović’s €3 million wage bill will likely be too high for many of his suitors, meaning he would likely need to accept a pay decrease for a move to be viable.

So now the 32-year-old has a decision to make, whether to settle into his reduced role or pursue more football even if it comes with a lower wage.

GSFN | Ciaran Currie

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