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Sevilla 'transfer list entire squad' due to 'huge €90m debts'

Sevilla 'transfer list entire squad' due to 'huge €90m debts'

Sevilla have been forced into transfer listing their entire first team squad, according to reports.

Sevilla have made their entire first team squad available on the transfer market due to financial issues ahead of next season, it has been reported.

After a disappointing season in La Liga where the club flirted with relegation at times, the campaign ended on an immense high for Sevilla as the club secured their seventh Europa League title. They defeated Jose Mourinho's Roma on penalties back in May.

It was win which should have meant Los Nervionenses and their fanbase looked ahead to Champions League football next season, with the aim of progressing and developing the squad.

However, a new report claims that the reality of the situation is a stark contrast to the hope and positivity they should be feeling, with alarming claims made over the state of the club's finances just weeks after the season concluded.

Sevilla 'transfer list entire squad'

According to Radio MARCA's Pedro Pablo Parrado, club president Pepe Castro informed Sevilla boss José Luis Mendilibar that the club had fallen into €90million worth of debts.

The report claims that, as a result, every single member of the Europa League-winning squad had been declared 'transferable' during the summer transfer window.

The report went on to state that the Spanish club 'need' to sell in order to solve their financial issues and that 'one or two' major exits would not be enough to solve the problems.

Major names such as Youssef En-Nesyri, Yassine Bounou and Lucas Ocampos are listed as the first players who could be sold, with the latter already being linked with a move to Premier League side Fulham.

The club have reportedly contacted clubs all across Europe, with specific reference to Manchester United, the side they beat on their way to the European triumph, in a bid to accelerate the rate in which they can offload their talents.

Sevilla players celebrate their Europa League victory
Sevilla players celebrate their Europa League victory

The report goes on to claim that the issues that have since been uncovered played a role in former sporting director Monchi's exit to Aston Villa, as the club look to balance the task of potential mass exits amongst the squad and fielding a competitive team in all competitions next season.

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Topics: Football, Sevilla, La Liga, Manchester United, Aston Villa