In the summer of 2021, Thomas Delaney switched from BVB to FC Sevilla for six million euros. In view of the short playing times, the Dane is now about to leave Andalusia again.
"It's no secret that things haven't gone as I expected, either for Sevilla as a club or for me personally," Delaney told the Ritzau news agency (via Transfermarkt) at the World Cup base for the Denmark national team. "Of course it's frustrating. I didn't go to Seville to drink Rioja and eat tapas."
According to a report in the Spanish newspaper Marca, those in charge at FC Sevilla no longer believe that the 31-year-old can help the team. In addition, sports director Monchi is already striving to initiate a change in the Nervionenses squad. The ambitious club is currently in 18th place in the table and wants to attack with new players after the season.
Already in winter, writes Marca, Sevilla could part with some players. Delaney, whose contract runs until 2025, is one of the candidates for sale. With good performances at the World Cup, the ex-BVB professional could recommend himself for a new club and get his career going again.
This article was originally published on 90min.com as Delaney on the siding at Sevilla FC.