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Bookmakers: Monchi said that no formal offers were made for Kondogbia
By Andrew Scott Saturday, 3 August 2013 02:35
Bookmakers learned that Monchi, Sevilla sporting director, said that the club still did not receive a formal offer for midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia.
Sports bookmaker services saw that a 20-year-old Kondogbia was very impressive during his debut campaign with Sevilla after making a move from French outfit Lens, thought to have been partly funded by Doyen Group, a private investment firm.
The player was then linked with making a move to Real Madrid, as Carlo Ancelotti is looking to give an additional face-lift to his midfield after Asier Illarramendi’s arrival from Real Sociedad, and price per head services believe that this new addition could be perfect for the squad.
However, bookmakers found out that now Monchi claimed that no approach was made for the Frenchman, and he insists that the Andalusian club have complete control over his future, despite his ownership situation, which is quite unusual.
“100 per cent of Kondogbia’s federative rights belong to Sevilla. The only thing that is different is his economic rights. Only Sevilla can decide (his future),” he told Marca.
“The only thing to say about Kondogbia is that he returns on Friday and he has four seasons remaining on his contract. Up to today we have not had a formal offer. Kondogbia is an important player for the team and his growth is important.
“I don’t fear him going. Navas and Negredo have gone. If in the end Geoffrey leaves we can find a substitute, but it is not my plan at the moment.”
Bookmakers saw that last term the France Under-20 international made 23 starts for Sevilla in La Liga, and scored one goal.
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Bookmakers and pay per head sportsbooks learned that Kondogbia is now taking in part in preparations for Sevilla’s UEFA Europa League third qualifying round meeting with Mladost Podgorica, which will be seen by price per head services all over the world.
Sevilla’s fans would like to see what the future has in store for the player, and pay per head services everywhere will pay close attention to developments.