Spanish striker Alvaro Negredo has stated that despite being happy at Spanish side Sevilla, he is unsure of his future at the club.
Negredo has been attracting attention from many European clubs, including the likes of Manchester City who have been tracking his situation at Sevilla for some time now. It is understood that Sevilla would be willing to sell the striker if the right offer came in, as shown by signing further attacking options in the form of Carlos Bacca who signed from Club Brugge.
Manchester City seems to be a likely destination, especially if City’s pursuits of other targets such as Steven Jovetic fail to materialize, which would pave the way for them to swoop in for Negredo. The Spaniard has also had an impressive season, scoring 31 goals in 42 appearances in all competitions, so the opportunity to move to a team challenging for silverware could be too good to turn down.
The 27-year-old has said that “Right now I’m at Sevilla and I like it very much. If I stay then that will be fine, but if I leave then it will be because it benefits both the club and myself.” He also went on to say “I’m happy on a personal level but collectively we have not achieved the goals we wanted. Now perhaps I am at a decisive moment for my future.”