Sevilla have managed to build their strength in La Liga over the past decade by buying and selling well.
Without the finances of some of the league rivals, they have had to make money in the transfer window, and Monchi has been key in that.
He left for Serie A giants AS Roma back in 2017, but things did not work out well with the Italian club and he was back at the Spanish side two years later.
A couple of months later he sealed the transfer of Diego Carlos from French club Nantes, and now the centre-back could be sold for a huge profit.
Liverpool have been the English giants most linked with the Brazilian, and there have been claims of interest from Manchester City as well.
A Spanish news outlet AS reports Diego is aware of ‘dizzying offers’ for him, however, no club has shown desire to pay his release clause.
AS say interested clubs, with the Reds, Bayern Munich and Manchester City named, have been referred to the €75 million clause, yet that does not mean Sevilla would not accept less.
They’re willing to enter talks as long as €75 million is seen as the level to approach. This fits in with their philosophy of selling to grow, claims AS.
Just how far they would be willing to drop from the aforementioned price isn’t explained, and given the Reds’ cautious approach so far this summer, it’d have to be a significant decrease.