When asked about his departure, a Manchester United player expressed a desire to lower his price while also demonstrating his worth.
Sevilla is not interested in signing Manchester United defender Alex Telles on a permanent basis this summer unless the English club lowers their demands for the left-back.
According to Estadio Deportivo, while Sevilla is pleased with Telles’ performance, they disagree with Manchester United’s asking price, given that Telles has only one year left on his contract this summer. After a poor season, the Spanish club is expected to undergo a significant squad overhaul, and Telles will return to Manchester United at the end of his loan deal.
Telles’ commitment and performance during his loan spell have been praised by Sevilla, but they believe his price should be reduced, and they are unwilling to sign him permanently unless that happens. Telles, on the other hand, is content in Spain and has stated that his future will depend on his performance at the end of this campaign when asked about it recently.
“What I have to do is do my job in the best way possible,” Estadio report him saying.
“I don’t think about the future because that depends on what I do now. Now I have to play and train.
“I’ve always said that I’m happy at Sevilla, I’m treated very well and now I have to play and do my best, which is the most important consideration.”
Yes, Manchester United appears to hold the key to Alex Telles’ future, as Sevilla is unwilling to sign him permanently unless his asking price is reduced. Given that Manchester United has no plans for Telles in the future, with Luke Shaw performing well this season and Tyrell Malacia set to join in the summer, it may be in their best interests to lower their demands in order to entice Sevilla to buy.
However, it appears that Sevilla is not interested in acquiring Telles at his current price.