If Barcelona want to secure the signing of Clement Lenglet, the Catalan side must trigger his €30 million release clause, says Sevilla director of football Joaquin Caparros.
Lenglet joined Sevilla in January 2017 but has gone on to impress a number of sides across Europe and his form has seen Barcelona firm up their interest.
But Caparros, according to Spanish publication AS, insists the club have no appetite to sell the defensive star and only a fully-paid release clause will see negotiations commence.
‘Let’s get one thing clear, something we’ve always said: Sevilla will not sell Lenglet,’ the director of football said. Read more... (290 words, estimated 1:10 mins reading time)