Hirving Lozano

Hirving Lozano will leave Napoli and play in La Liga

The Mexican forward's wanted by an important Spanish club
jueves, 1 de abril de 2021 · 14:52

Although he was off the court for a couple of weeks due to injury, his great talent remains intact. In Mexico's win over Costa Rica in the international friendly in Austria on Tuesday, Hirving Lozano scored the only goal of the match. With his high level, it is not surprising that several teams have shown interest in hiring him.

Hirving Lozano at Napoli.

According to the fichajes.net portal, one of the most interested in signing him for the following season's Sevilla. The Andalusian team occupies the fourth overall position within La Liga, which increases the chances that it will qualify for the UEFA Champions League 2021-2022. If the signing takes place, the Mexican could play such a tournament with the Spanish team.

It should be noted that Lozano became the most sought-after Mexican player (indicated by Transfermarkt) so, if Sevilla intends to sign him, he will have to pay about 42 million euros to be able to reach an agreement with the Italian team and it can be finalized. the transfer.

The Spanish squad intends to form a strong squad to play the Champions League, so they've also surveyed another Mexican, Jesús Tecatito Corona, to reinforce themselves and it will be in summer when doubts are cleared and it's known if they will make the effort to hire to one of the two.

However, although the Andalusian team has an interest in Lozano, it can be difficult for the player to leave the Neapolitan club. After regular seasons and performances, he has earned the full trust of Gennaro Gattuso and is an undisputed holder of the institution.

In mid-2020, a period in which the Mexican had very little activity, there was talk of the departure of Chucky Lozano from Napoli and was targeted by Spanish clubs such as Valencia and Atlético of Madrid. However, the situation changed and currently Lozano has positioned himself as one of the best players in the Italian team.

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