The Cadiz (about 350 million) left but left his machine to sell. Last year, 82 million were raised. This will exceed 70.
Monchi went to Rome, but his selling machine remains (for now) in Sevilla. Under the direction of Cadiz sports, the Nervión club was around 350 million euros in transfers, almost 200 in capital gains. Already without Monchi but thanks to soccer players that he fichó the thing goes way of a round number and outsized, the 500 million. The probable marches of Clement Lenglet and Steven Nzonzi, that will leave in the coffers about 35 million each, assure this figure.
The last campaign, at the beginning of Óscar Arias’ ephemeral stay in the sporting direction, they left Seville among others Vitolo, Iborra, Mariano, Rami and Montoya, that together with the income after cession of Konoplyanka and Cristoforo left in the Sánchez Pizjuán almost 82 million euros. With the 70 that must be signed by Lenglet and Nzonzi, Sevilla will have reached 500 in transfers during the 21st century, practically since Monchi took the reins of a ruined club and turned it into a management model for all of Europe.
The normal thing is that this Sevilla that now directs Joaquín Caparrós ends up selling some extra soccer player apart from the two French pillars, which would have a capital gain of approximately 65 million between them. But for players like Muriel, Correa or Nolito it would be very difficult to recover at least the investment made at the time. And Monchi’s legacy begins to disappear in Nervión …