2018-19 SFC Summer Transfer Window


#21

More rumours, Iborra could be returning to Spain with Levante, Sevilla and Betis interested in Ben Arfa, Manure looking at Lenglet, Girondins interested in loaning Arana, Sevilla interested in goalkeeper Alphonse Areola from PSG.

No further news of Bast Dost who rescinded his contract after being attacked by fans. Ganso holding out against being ceded to other European leagues, could mean a return to Brazil.

Market value of Sergio Rico worth a peek
https://www.transfermarkt.es/sergio-rico/marktwertverlauf/spieler/207302


#22

Love all the transfer rumours. Let’s hope we can get the right players to help us get to the next level!

In Pablo Machin we trust!


#23

The search for a target-man type CF is clear now with links to Maxi Gómez from Celta:

He has a €50M release clause, and Celta will only start negotiating with at least €30M on the table. He’s a younger option who’s already had a good season in La Liga. I say if we could offer €20M + player (Nolito, Correa, or Vázquez,) i’d be up for it.

Bas Dost will most likely be a cheaper option, so I think Caparrós will wait till the end of this week to see how his contract situation develops.


#24

I can’t see us paying Maxi’s release, but I’d love to have the guy. I think he’s brilliant.


#25

That’s THE guy we need tho. I’m sure there’s a “once bitten, twice shy” thing now when it comes to us signing players for big fees. Correa, Vázquez & Muriel have all disappointed, so I won’t be surprised if we just end up with someone like Calleri.

Bas Dost just had his contract rescinded. Now we just face competition from basically every EPL team out there. Looking forward to see how Caparrós and his team work this summer.


#26

The main Seville papers have added Issa Diop (21) of Toulouse & Diego Reyes (25) from Porto to the list of CB targets. Diop with a reported €15M price tag (and a slew of PL clubs after him) & Reyes will be free July 1st.

Diop seems a nice prospect, while Reyes has barely featured this past season. He does have La Liga experience, but maybe just bring him in as a rotation player.

Edit: Oh, and the Italian papers (so you know it’s BS) are saying we might agree on a loan deal for Kalinić, with a €20M obligatory buy.

I believe he’s a good player, but I can’t trust him after the year he’s had at Milan. And surely not at that price. Maybe for André Silva, but not Kalinić.


#27

Kalinic’s ankle is fucked up and might cause him a lot of issues in the near future. It could be another Tiberio Guarente case, Italian clubs often try to sell injury-prone players and fuck other teams up.


#28

Kalinic sent home from the world cup! Apparently refused to come on due to a back injury… clearly the manager thinks this is false as it appears he (Kalinic) wasn’t happy with the squad.

Don’t think we need this at the club… true or false… injury issues and possibly allegedly personality problems… definitely not worth the risk!