The tailor is heading to Seville. According to the Spaniards, he has already agreed on a transfer to Betis

The tailor is heading to Seville. According to the Spaniards, he has already agreed on a transfer to Betis
The tailor is heading to Seville. According to the Spaniards, he has already agreed on a transfer to Betis
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Sparta’s captain Ladislav Krejčí has ​​agreed on a summer transfer to Betis Sevilla, according to the Spanish newspaper AS.

The seventh La Liga team should pay the Czech champions roughly eight million euros (200 million crowns) for the twenty-four-year-old representative.

According to AS, representatives of the clubs have verbally agreed and a final agreement is awaited.

In addition to Betis, who played Sparta in the fall in the Europa League group, the media also speculates about the interest of Girona or the other Sevilla FC club.

Krejčí’s contract ends in the summer of 2025 and he could leave Letna after five years.

The centre-back or midfielder is not only a key defensive player, despite suffering a sharp drop in form in recent weeks, but is also prolific in goalscoring.

He scored 41 goals in 139 competitive games for Sparta, adding three more in nine starts for the national team.

The Brno native is defending the league title with Sparta, after the 26th round of the current season, his team is again in first place, one point ahead of Slavia. In the 2019/20 year, he also won the domestic cup.

If the amount of around 200 million crowns was confirmed, Krejčí’s transfer would be among the ten most expensive in the Czech league.

The article is in Czech

Tags: tailor heading Seville Spaniards agreed transfer Betis

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