Manchester United’s desire to sell Alex Telles in the summer ‘fits perfectly’ with Sevilla’s plans for the upcoming transfer window.
That’s according to Estadio Deportivo, who cover the player today amid reports Manchester United want to move him on in the coming months.
Telles is currently on loan at Sevilla, having joined last summer when it was made clear he was not a part of Erik ten Hag’s plans moving forwards.
He is currently out injured after limping out of the World Cup but is expected to return before the end of the season and build on what had been a positive start to life in Seville before the tournament in Qatar.
They explain that United’s desire to find an exit for the Brazilian ‘fits perfectly’ with the Spanish side’s obligation to seek reinforcements at zero cost or for low figures.
Telles could leave in such a low cost deal given he only has a year left on his current contract at Manchester United and he is on their sales list. That means there is a deal there to be done.
There is also the player’s new found love for Sevilla that could play a part having loved his time at the club so far and been ‘captivated’ by the affection shown to him by their fans.
He has been ‘increasingly convinced’ that he wants to stay at the club beyond the summer, talking of the club positively on more than one occasion since his arrival in August.
Telles ‘feels very much loved’ by the fans, who have appreciated his effort thus far and would seemingly be more than happy for him to remain.
That will be up for Sevilla to sort and it’s claimed that ‘Manchester United are waiting for a call from Monchi’ to make it happen.