As the 2018/2019 season reaches midway, let’s take a look at the summer signings that made an impact in La Liga.
According to Sport.es, Spanish side Sevilla are still clinging to Clèment Lenglet and are willing do to whatever is necessary to try and keep him at the club. The 23-year-old defender has only been there for 17 months, and initially signed a deal that would keep him at Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán until 2021 – but
Sevilla, according to information from those close to the club, need to sell before they can buy the players Pablo Machin has helped identify to strengthen his squad ahead of next season. Going along those same lines, coupled with ‘El Desmarque’s front page, they are reporting that Sevilla are looking to sell players as soon
This summer, it seems the man everyone will fight for is Clement Lenglet. The Sevilla defender is a Barcelona target. However, the Catalan club aren’t the only ones interested in him. According to France Football, Chelsea have been in touch with Lenlet’s agents, too. They claim there have been talks between Marina Granovskaia, Roman Abramovich’s
Sevilla centre-back Clement Lenglet is closing in on a €35 million switch to Barcelona, Goal understands. The Frenchman has long been linked with the Catalan club but a deal seems to be growing closer to fruition as contract talks with his current employers broke down. Manchester United had also been associated with the player, but
Clement Lenglet will decide if his future lies at Sevilla after talking to new coach Pablo Machin, as Barcelona lurk. Sevilla defender Clement Lenglet will not make a decision regarding a potential move to Barcelona until he has spoken to new coach Pablo Machin, the centre-back’s agent has said. Lenglet was touted as a Barca
Sevilla defender Clement Lenglet’s move to Barcelona seems to be close to completion. The centre-back, who the Catalan club have followed for months, could move to Camp Nou in the coming days, according to Cadena Cope. Barça will pay Lenglet’s release clause. Barça, according to the report, will pay the 35 million euro buyout written