Transfer Rumors: Sevilla interested in signing Manchester City’s Spanish duo

Manchester City have demanded a transfer fee of 12 million for Nolito, as Sevilla are willing to sign him to a three year contract.

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Latest reports have suggested that Spanish side Sevilla FC are interested in signing Manchester City duo of Nolito and Jesus Navas.

Sevilla president Jose Castro has said that he is interested in bringing in Jesus Navas who’s Manchester City contract ends later this month, and is also interested in recruiting Nolito.

The homesick Nolito, who has failed to adapt the Premier League style after he signed for City last summer from La Liga club Celta de Vigo.

Nolito has played one season in England and has already met Sevilla’s sporting director Oscar Arias to a discuss for a possible move back to his native country.

“The meeting with Nolito was casual, but if we can, we’d like to sign him”, he told Spanish radio station Caden’s COPE.

The former Celta de Vigo winger, Nolito was also recently photographed alongside Oscar Arias in Seville. Oscar Arias also said that at the moment the club is negotiating and would love to sign Jesus Navas.

Navas has made just 76 starts for City, after playing four seasons with The Citizens and it is pretty much sure that he will leave the club in the coming weeks.

The 31 year old will reportedly return to Sevilla, the club who sold him back in 2013. Navas made a staggering 388 appearances for Sevilla in over 10 seasons.

As far Nolito is concerned, who hasn’t played a single match in over six months and it has been reported that Sevilla want to sign him to a loan deal and will sign the player on a permanent deal next summer.

Manchester City have demanded a transfer fee of 12 million for Nolito, as Sevilla are willing to sign him to a three year contract and are willing to offer £50,000 a week.

With Pep Guardiola looking to sign other attacking options such as the likes of Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal, it is very much likely that the Spanish duo will be heading out and will join a new club this transfer window.

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