André Silva started the season with all gas at the service of Sevilla, after arriving in Spain on loan from the Italians of AC Milan. But, it seems, the Andalusian club will not advance to the signing of the forward definitive title.
According to the Sevillian newspaper 'Estadio Deportivo', Monchi, sports director of the Spanish club, is not willing to negotiate with the Milanese for the player. Sevilla would be considering asking for a write-off of the € 39 million purchase clause, something now completely ruled out.
According to the same source, the Andalusian club is displeased with the loss of performance of the Portuguese international, who after a promising start to the season ended up losing space for Frenchman Ben Yedder.
In addition, the Spanish emblem also suspects the behavior of the Portuguese player, this because he has been injured, with a tendinitis, impossible to measure in degree of pain, that has removed him from the competition. The 'Estadio Deportivo' even points out that the relations between André Silva and Sevillan leaders are not as calm as they were a few months ago.
André Silva has not scored a goal with Sevilla since 26 January and has scored 11 goals in 40 games.