Jesús Corona may be changing club for the first time in the last five years. The Mexican forward aged 27 was formed at Monterrey, afterwards left to FC Twente or €3.5 million and finally arrived Porto, for a transfer of €10.5 million that took place on August 2015.
After more than five years, Tecatito may leave. The Portuguese side is going through a several financial crises and, in forward of earning some money during the next transfer window, they may sell Tecatito. During the last two transfer widows, the club already sold some very important players, such as Fábio Silva or Alex Telles.
As Portuguese press reports, Porto have already received an irresistible offer for Corona. Sevilla want to sign him and may pay up to €25 million to make the move. Actually, the attacker has a reported value of €30 million, according to specialized website Transfermarkt.
Corona has a contract remaining with Porto until June 2022 but a good transfer to a top club will be a great opportunity for him. Since his arrival to Portugal, he played 229 matches, scoring 30 goals and giving 57 assists. For Mexico national team, he played 42 games since his debut in 2014 and scored just seven goals.