Sevilla bid to escape financial trouble by offering players to European clubs including Manchester United

Sevilla are open to selling this summer as the Andalusian club battle with financial problems. Key names such as Youssef En-Nesyri, Bono and Lucas Ocampos could be forced to move on, and Radio Marca claim that the club has contacted teams across Europe in an attempt to offer players. Manchester United are specifically one of the teams mentioned in the report.

There were rumours that legendary Spanish defender Sergio Ramos was open to a return to Sevilla, where he began his career after graduating from the club’s academy. However, the former Real Madrid and PSG man will not return to the club as they feel that they have enough options at centre-back, according to Relevo

Just recently, Sevilla waved goodbye to their sporting director Monchi, who left to join Premier League outfit Aston Villa. Víctor Orta now has the challenge of making the team competitive for the upcoming campaign. 

Jake Staniland | GSFN

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