Sevilla have become renowned throughout Europe for their brilliant ability to reinvent themselves.
Seemingly every time they sell a first-team player they are able to replace them with a more than sufficient option. For every Grzegorz Krychowiak that is sold, a Steven N'Zonzi is ready and waiting to make the leap up and take charge.
In case you wondered how good Monchi is at buying and selling players at Sevilla, look at this... pic.twitter.com/Ia3wsmiDyt— UNILAD Football (@UNILADFooty)
April 4, 2017
And one brilliant graphic displayed by Sky Sports shows just how well Sevilla director of football Monchi has done at reinvesting once an important player has been sold. While on the face of it Sevilla could have assembled quite a formidable side by resisting the advances of European rivals, their finances now must be in quite good shape.
Despite the likes of Carlos Bacca, Ivan Rakitic and Kevin Gaimero all leaving in recent years the current batch of Sevilla players have proved they are more than good enough to challenge at the top of La Liga, with
Los Blanquirrojos currently fourth behind Real Madrid, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid.
Monchi is set to leave the club after years of valuable service, notably recording €117m of profit, never paying more than €15m for a signing and helping Sevilla win three Europa League titles.
The former goalkeeper has revealed he has offers from Premier League sides to perform a similar role in England, but seeing that he's one of the most coveted directors throughout Europe a deal to bring the 48-year-old to Britain could prove tricky for any club.