Claims from England that Sunderland have agreed a £7m deal for the Sevilla midfielder Vicente Iborra have already made their way to Spain. It’s claimed the Spanish side have already accepted the bid and the player is now ready to work under David Moyes.

The article had a huge impact in Spain, with all the big websites reporting it. But only Marca were responsible for having their own take on the news.

The Spanish outlet say they’ve confirmed that Sunderland’s offer is real, but according to them, the bid hasn’t been accepted yet.

The deal is said to be a good business opportunity to Sevilla, who’d accept the player to move on. But it’s still being analysed, since Iborra is an idol and a leader at the club.

Marca also claim that the contract offered by the Black Cats will be very important for the deal to happen. The club captain is said to be a personal ask from David Moyes, and is wanted by Sunderland since the start of the summer market.

Sevilla newspaper Estadio Deportivo point out Iborra said a couple of months ago he didn’t fancy a move to England.