The Seville proposes a new restructuring in its squad of players, since for the next campaign the Andalusian club must release a good number of footballers who will not have a place in the new project that it will lead for the third consecutive year Julen lopetegui.
The changes in the sports direction that he now commands Monchi made that, in the parenthesis that it was in the Rome, the roster will be filled with players who have no place. Some were transferred and others, although they remained in the squad, must leave a gap.
For this reason, the one from San Fernando will have to find accommodation for at least ten players once Franco Vázquez, Tomas Vaclik, who have already said goodbye, and Sergio Escudero, who will not continue either, have left the entity.
Monchi has already told Aleix Vidal that he will not continue and the same will happen with Joris Gnagnon, a French defender who has not played a minute of the League with Lopetegui and who, like the Tarragona player, entered the last day on the registered list not finding a club that could even support his record.
They can be joined by Munir El Haddadi, who fell from grace and did not play a single minute in the final leg of the League, and a list of returning players on loan that may be worrying. In that situation are Ibrahim Amadou, Cameroonian midfielder for whom Caparrós bet, and Rony Lopes, who has just closed his stage at Nice, although this was an investment by Monchi. Also the homegrown players Juan Soriano (on loan at Malaga) and Pozo (along with Bryan Gil at Eibar, although the Barbateño in theory does return to the squad).
Likewise, the future of players who have played less this season, such as Sergi Gómez and Gudelj, as well as Idrissi and Rekik, reinforcements this season, the first of whom was loaned in January to Ajax, is also unknown.
Different will be the players for whom offers arrive, a section in which Sevilla could accept one for De Jong (PSV is very interested), apart from the fact that the big names in the market are Koundé and En-Nesyri.