Sevilla hopes to leverage the momentum from winning the Europa League for the seventh time during the 2022–23 season to push them into the race for Champions League spots the following year.
Jose Luis Mendilibar did a fantastic job during his two-month stint in command last season, and as a result, he was given the position full-time. Sevilla will be optimistic about their chances of having another good campaign under his leadership.
They may lose two key players this summer, though, as Youssef En-Nesyri and Yassine Bounou have both been linked to exits. Over the next weeks, it is anticipated that the Moroccan team would get offers on several times.
As a result, Sevilla has determined what they will want for both players, according to Diario AS, who reports that they will ask for €40 million for En-Nesyri and €20 million for Bono.
Sevilla will undoubtedly be more willing to sell Bono now that Marko Dimtrovic is expected to hold onto the starting spot for the upcoming campaign, though they are still aiming to earn a reasonable fee for the 32-year-old. It would be more challenging to replace En-Nesyri.