Sevilla are looking to sign a former Barcelona player

Sevilla are looking to sign a former Barcelona player
Sevilla are looking to sign a former Barcelona player

Marc guidethe young 18-year-old striker who recently signed for the Chelseacould return to La Liga this summer. Despite his promising future, the competition in the English team leaves him with few opportunities to play regularly. For this reason, Chelsea would be considering loaning him to the Sevilla for next season.

The London club paid 6 million euros to activate the termination clause of Marc Guiu with the Barcelona last July 1st. However, with names like Christopher Nkunku, Cole Palmer, Nicolas Jacksonand with the return of loan players such as Armando Numbers, David Datro Breathing y Romelu Lukakuthe Chelsea attacking picture is quite competitive under the new coach Enzo Maresca.

In contrast, Sevilla are looking to strengthen their attack after a season that left much to be desired in terms of offensive performance. With the departure of Rafa Mir al Valencia already closed and the future of Youssef En-Nesyri in the air, the Seville club has the youth player as a sure thing in its forward line Ivan Romero.

García Pimienta would be essential to convince the forward

Marc Guiu, known for his good games in the Barcelona first team (3 games and 1 goal), could find in Sevilla the perfect stage to demonstrate his talent in the football elite. In addition, according to MundoDeportivo, his link with Garcia Pepperwho was training with the Barcelona reserve team, makes this operation possible to be sealed in a satisfactory manner for the Andalusian team.

Although Marc Guiu signed a long-term contract with the ChelseaThe English seem to be considering this loan as an opportunity for the player to continue his progress in a competitive environment. In Seville, they are eagerly awaiting the possible arrival of this young talent who could bring freshness and goals to their forward line for next season.

 
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