Sevilla FC is in a constant search for solutions to strengthen its left back, and the recurring presence of injuries to Marcos Acuña has intensified its need to find a reliable alternative in that position. Despite his quality as a world champion with the Argentine national team, injuries have hampered Acuña’s continuity in the Andalusian club, which has led the team management to look for an effective solution.
The name that has emerged as a possible answer to this problem is that of Marc Cucurella, the Chelsea left-back who is currently not part of Mauricio Pochettino’s plans. Despite his outstanding performance at Getafe CF, Cucurella has failed to establish himself in the Premier League, and Chelsea intends to loan him out in the next transfer market.
Sevilla enters the race for Cucurella
Chelsea, which is carrying out a restructuring of its squad, has informed Cucurella’s agent of its willingness to loan the player in search of playing time. This situation has generated interest in Sevilla FC, who see the Spanish full-back as a valuable option to reinforce their defense on the left side.
The expectation in Nervión is that Marc Cucurella, known for his outstanding performance at Getafe CF, can relaunch his career in Spain. Sevilla will closely follow the developments of the next transfer market, as it considers it essential to strengthen certain positions, especially in defense, to successfully face the challenges of the season.
Although there remains some uncertainty surrounding the final decision of Víctor Orta, Sevilla FC’s sporting director, the club is confident that the January market will provide opportunities to improve its squad and ensure that they are prepared for the challenges that await them in the second half of the season. The arrival of Marc Cucurella could be an important step on that path to success.