Without making his debut, Marc Guiu will leave Chelsea to sign for Sevilla

Without making his debut, Marc Guiu will leave Chelsea to sign for Sevilla
Without making his debut, Marc Guiu will leave Chelsea to sign for Sevilla

On July 1st, Marc Guiu18 years old, was signed by the Chelsea after the English club paid the 6 million euros of his termination clause to the Barcelona.

However, the striker could return to LaLiga this summer due to the large number of players in the forward line of the Chelseawhich leaves him with few opportunities to get regular minutes.

At Stamford Bridge, in addition to having players in the squad such as Christopher Nkunku, Cole Palmer y Nicolas Jacksonyoung people must also return Armando Broja y David Datro Fofanaas well as the Belgian Romelu Lukakuof their respective assignments in Fulham, Burnley y RomaWith this situation, it is not clear what the forward line will be available for the new coach. Enzo Maresca.

In this context, Mundo Deportivo has reported that the Chelsea contemplates the option of transferring to Marc Guiu al Sevilla for a season. At the Sánchez-Pizjuán, the future of Rafa Mir y Youssef En-Nesyri It is uncertain, leaving the youth player Ivan Romero as the only centre forward with guaranteed continuity.

guide could have a leading role in the Sevillaa team that seeks to improve its performance compared to last year. There, it would meet Garcia Pepperformer coach of the Barcelona youth system, who has demonstrated his ability to get the most out of players such as Mika Marble, Munir, Sandro y Julian Araujo.

Marc Guiu signed a five-season contract with the Chelseawith the option of a further year, showing the long-term confidence of the English club in the striker’s potential. However, the high level of competition in the current squad makes it difficult for him to participate regularly. Sevilla are waiting for him.

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