Rico and Gnagnon, two problems ahead for Monchi

first_imgGnagnon returned to Rennes from where he came to Seville for 14 million euros and its performance has been, to say the least, uneven. Despite appearing in all television summaries by a double against Lazio in the group stage of the Europa League, a phase that played in full but in which his current team added four defeats, a draw and a victory, falling eliminated. Of the 28 days that Ligue 1 had been contested, Gnagnon started in 13 games and left the bench in six. LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of April 29, 2020 If the loan officers already announced that they are a serious problem for Sevilla’s planning for the next academic year, both due to the number of them and the low level shown by most, two of these problems come in advance. And is that the cancellation of Ligue 1 on Tuesday afternoon by the French government makes At least one of those on loan from Sevilla in the neighboring country, Joris Gnagnon, has already finished his season. The French he will be safe for about six months without competing in an official match, which reduces the possibility of finding him a suitor for the next course. Sergio Rico could indeed compete, in the Champions League, if his loan contract extends beyond June 30. The Seville goalkeeper seemed to have bought some ballots for PSG to exercise the purchase option of around 10 million that it has on him. However, gross mistakes in his last appearances have changed the opinion of the Parisian rulers, that they will comb the market in search of a cheaper option to compete for Keylor Navas under the sticks. Thus, Monchi finds himself with two loaned back much earlier than expected. Gnagnon You can count on the wild card that he was a player followed long ago by the sports management of the San Fernando and whose signing was not undertaken because he opted for Lenglet. Sergio Rico, on the other hand, has the added problem that the majority of Sevilla players had made the cross for him and those situations are hardly reversible.last_img

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