Everton took Djibril Sidibé on a season-long loan from AS Monaco last summer.
After being left out of the starting XI in the first two months of this campaign, the 27-year-old has featured regularly for the Toffees, making 21 league appearances.
The Merseyside club have an option to make the France international’s transfer permanent this summer.
On June 10th, we carried a report from L’Equipe, who explained Carlo Ancelotti’s side need €17m to make the defender’s transfer permanent. However, they would instead like to extend the defender’s loan spell for one more season.
RMC Sport now state Sevilla are looking at the right-back to strengthen their defence for the next season.
It’s claimed Sidibé’s displays for Everton have been sufficient to draw attention from the La Liga side. According to report, Sevilla have contacted the Frenchman’s entourage over a potential signing and Monaco will not be against his sale.
It’s not clear if the Spanish side want to take Sidibé on a temporary deal or a permanent transfer.
Dragging Sevilla into the mix could be a ploy from the player’s agent, or Monaco, to put pressure on Everton to make his client’s stay permanent at Goodison Park.