Mercato : les coulisses du transfert de Kound au Bara - Football

Mercato : les coulisses du transfert de Kound au Bara – Football


This Friday, the sporting director of FC Sville Monchi revealed behind the scenes of the transfer of Jules Kound to FC Barcelona. While welcoming a good sale with the Frenchman, the manager notably explained how the Blaugrana beat Chelsea on the file.

Jules Kound left FC Sville for Barcelona this summer.

After a real soap opera, FC Barcelona finally grabbed Jules Kound, with an agreement in principle announced Thursday against a check estimated at 55 million euros (including bonus). A nice blow for the Blaugrana who offer a reinforcement of weight.

On this issue, the Catalans managed to take the best of Chelsea. A battle tells this Friday by the Svillan sports director Monchi.

Chelsea doubted, Bara took advantage

While justifying the sale of Kound, the Andalusian leader revealed behind the scenes of the negotiations with the two formations. Last Thursday, we reached a verbal agreement with Chelsea and Jules. At the last moment, they (the Blues, editor’s note) began to doubt and then the Bara appeared. Mateu Alemany (Catalan sports director, editor’s note) contacted me on Monday. He hadn’t done it before. And after having made a first offer below our expectations, Bara made an effort and completed the operation. This represents the biggest sale in our historyexplained Monchi, relayed by the Marca newspaper.

Before adding. We had a pe Damocls with Kound, who still had two years of contract. Next year, we would no longer have been in a strong position. In the end, we recovered a large sum without going through the slightest intermediary, or paying any commission. (…) We had to sell him and we did it to the club that put in the most. I am satisfied. This is what had to be done to defend the interests of Seville. It is true that in the end Chelsea tried to relaunch the case, but the offer from Barcelona was better.

Monchi calls on Svillian fans to calm down

Satisfied with the financial transaction carried out with the transfer of the Frenchman, the DS of the Blanquirrojos also took the opportunity to respond to those who reproach Sville for having ceded one of its executives to a rival club in La Liga. We are not direct rivals of Barcelona. We are a very ambitious club, with a lot of pride, but we are on a different level from them. They can buy one of our players for several million euros, while we cannot.recalled the Spaniard.

We made two very good sales (Kound and Diego Carlos, sold Aston Villa) this summer, precisely to continue to maintain the level of our workforce. We are getting closer to clubs like Villarreal or Betis than to Bara… But Sville continues to grow because we have been in the Champions League three years in a row. We grow up with our limits and with our feet on the groundfinished Monchi. A clarification to restore certain truths.

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