According to ESPN Deportes reports, Julen Lopetegui's Sevilla FC has between eyebrows to jump into the signing of Jesús ‘Tecatito’ Corona next summer. The Seville club and, especially the Basque coach, would welcome the 28-year-old Mexican midfielder with open arms, whose negotiations are already on the table.
Lopetegui already had it under his command to the former from Monterrey and Twente, and although in the summer he received a refusal for the offer that was presented, he still wants him for his Seville. Ramón Rodríguez Verdejo, commonly known as Monchi, is the current director of football, and is aware of the tastes of his coach and will try to sign him at the end of the season.
His versatile profile is very popular with Hispanics, as he can play in any position on the right flank, whether as inside, side, lane or winger. In addition, he has a great ability to dribble and accumulates 10 goal assists in this course. The age of Jesús Navas and the irregularity of Aleix Vidal make his arrival essential.
The trueth is that the Aztec midfielder, Tecatito Corona, ends his contract in June 2022 and, according to the aforementioned sources, his intention is to leave Portugal in search of new challenges. At the time, FC Porto tried to get a figure close to 30 million euros for his transfer that is valued in the market (via Transfermarkt), but the economic crisis that the Portuguese club is going through will force it to accept a somewhat lower offer, since it can be free a year later, wasting the opportunity to cash in on one of its most sought-after footballers.