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Liverpool Has Most Valuable Squad In Europe

Liverpool World Champions

The research group CIES Football Observatory have just released its most valuable squads in the transfer market from Europe’s top-five leagues, and it is the current European and World Champions who now sit top the pile.

The Liverpool squad is now worth a whopping €1.4 billion (£1.27 billion), which puts them ahead of every other club on the continent. Second is Premier League rival Manchester City at €1.36b.

Spanish giants Barcelona (€1.17b) and Real Madrid (€1.1b) are third and fourth respectively, with Chelsea shockingly in fifth place (€1.08b) despite having been banned from signing players in last summer’s transfer window.

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Sevilla v Roma and Inter v Getafe Postponed Due To Coronavirus

Europa League 2020 Final

UEFA have confirmed the Europa League matches for Sevilla and Getafe, against Roma and Inter respectively, will not be staged this week.

Roma had announced that they are not travelling for their scheduled Europa League tie due to the travel restrictions introduced between Spain and Italy following the spread of the coronavirus.

The news followed on from Getafe president Angel Torres confirming his side will not travel to Italy for their scheduled Europa League tie at Inter.

“Unless this situation change a lot, Getafe will not travel to Italy tomorrow,” Torres told Onda Cero on Tuesday night.

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Sevilla FC 2020 Fixtures

The 2019-20 Sevilla schedule has been released and we have tickets to all of Sevilla FC’s games this year both home and away.

The Seville derbies will take place in the 13th round (weekend of November 10) and the 28th round (weekend of March 15), with Real Betis hosting first and Sevilla the second.

Once again Seville will be playing in the Europa League this season, and Julen Lopetegui will be looking to add to the club’s five Europa League titles.

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La Liga Preview- The Title Contenders

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La Liga has made a lot of headlines this summer, and many for the wrong reason. The main talking points have been Atletico Madrid and Barcelona’s legal dispute over Antoine Griezmann’s transfer, Eden Hazard’s eventual move to Real Madrid, Nabil Fekir’s shock decision to join Real Betis and Valencia managing to keep hold of their boss Marcelino Garcia Toral after a turbulent summer.

Despite the transfer window remaining open, the focus now switches back to the football and it promises to be one of the most intriguing seasons in recent years.

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Arsenal Lose Out As Monchi Returns To Sevilla

Sevilla have confirmed that Monchi he has returned to become the club’s new sporting director.

Arsenal had been confident of appointing the Spaniard as their new technical director after he left his post at Roma earlier this month.

However, Monchi has rejected a three-year contract from Arsenal and instead agreed a deal to return to the club where he gained his formidable reputation.

Sevilla confirmed his appointment on Sunday with a post on social media, writing: ‘

Monchi has come home.’

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Barcelona Told To Trigger Release Clause Of Clement Lenglet

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.

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Madrid Burried European Misery With a Victory Over Sevilla

Real Madrid proved that their elimination from the Champions League isn’t affecting them as they marched on closer to mathematically grabbing La Liga title after picking up an important 3-0 win over Sevilla at Santiago Bernebau.

Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring for Los Blancos but it was Karim Benzema who sparked the day as he successfully bagged a brace in the second half to simply bring the joy again for their loyal fans.

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Sevilla President Sentenced To 7 Years In Prison

First it was Luciano Moggi the former Juventus director who was sentenced to 5 years and 4 months in prison for his role in the 2006 Calciopoli scandal, then former Roma midfielder Mancini was found guilty of sexual assault and sentenced to 2 years in prison, now Sevilla President Jose Maria del Nido becomes the latest big shot football executive to trade the plush setting of his office suite for a cold hard jail bed.

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Mourinho: Ronaldo’s Hat-Trick Is Normal

With Rivals Barcelona out in Japan taking part in the FIFA World Club Cup, Real Madrid took the opportunity last night to extend their lead a top the La Liga standings with an emphatic 6-2 win over Sevilla.

Cristiano Ronaldo scored a hat-trick to take his tally for the season to 20 goals with Messi 3 goals behind him. Speaking after the match, an elated Mourinho said that a win was necessary for the club as he did not like sharing top spot.

“I expected a win and become the leader alone,” Mourinho said.

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Spain's PP Wants More Equitable Split Of TV Revenue

Spain’s centre-right People’s Party said it will push Real Madrid and Barcelona to have more equitable distribution of income from television rights, according to PP policymaker Miriam Blasco.

“You have to support the small teams as well, because it’s true that the Spanish league would not exist if it was not working for all the clubs,” Blasco, a candidate to become Spain’s top sports official after the election, said in an interview. “It’s also true that Real Madrid and Barcelona sell much more than any other club so I agree that they should get the biggest share,” added the 47-year-old, who is standing for the lower house in the city of Alicante. But I believe that the other clubs should get what they deserve because their current revenues are much smaller.”