Sevilla agrees €1m fee for Munir El Haddadi

Heather Diaz
January 13, 2019

After Barcelona let Munir El Haddadi move to Sevilla in the cut price deal, manager Ernesto Valverde outlined a vacancy in the squad for a striker in January.

Valverde was also asked what type of forward he would like to sign this month.

Munir had spent the last two seasons on loan at first Valencia in 2016-17 and then Deportivo Alaves in 2017-18 after making his Barcelona debut as an 18-year-old during the 2014-15 campaign.

Nolito has been used sparingly in the league this season but scored and provided two assists in Sevilla's 3-1 Copa del Rey win against Athletic Bilbao on Thursday night.

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However, Munir had not played for the club since a start in the Champions League against Tottenham, with Barcelona having already locked up the top spot in their group.

The player touted to fill that requirement, understands, is Chelsea and former Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata. He says the club will look at several options.

The Catalan giants have confirmed they have reached an agreement with Sevilla for the sale of Munir El Haddadi.

Sevilla bring the 23-year-old into one of LaLiga's most prolific frontlines which features Ben Yedder (16 goals) and André Silva (10 goals).

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