Sevilla found an interest in Arsenal’s forward

Reuters/David Klein

The Spanish club wants to strengthen their defensive line and is considering Konstantinos Mavropanos’ candidacy.

Estadio Deportivo reports that Sevilla are waiting for the player to recover from a groin injury, and, for the first time, will observe whether Unai Emery, Arsenal head coach, is going to use the player.

The director of Sevilla, Jesús Caparros, considers the club’s defense too weak and the arrival of Mavropanos, whose height is 194 centimeters, can help to resolve this problem.

The footballer’s contract with the Gunners is valid until summer 2023. Mavropanos has played three matches in the Premier League this season.

(Reporting by Dan McGlush, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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