Sevilla have been one of the top teams in LaLiga this season, but they are not entirely happy with their current squad and would look to add several pieces during the January transfer window.
Manchester United defender Eric Bailly has been identified as their first target, but the Andalucian side is also keen to bolster their attacking depth. With that in mind, they have decided to take a closer look at two alternatives: Alvaro Morata and Stevan Jovetic.
According to a report from Spanish news outlet Marca, Sevilla’s manager Pablo Machin has compiled a two-name wish list consisting of the Spaniard and the Montenegrin. The departure of Luis Muriel has left the club short of depth upfront, and both players could end up welcomed additions.
Morata would be a direct competition to the likes of Wissam Ben Yedder or Andre Silva, and he’s keen to return to Spain due to his already-known problems at Chelsea. Jovetic, on the other hand, already played for Sevilla in 2017 on a successful six-month loan spell, and would be open to return since he’s struggling to get playing time at AS Monaco.
Undoubtedly, both players would be solid additions to a Sevilla side that is keen to make a strong push for a Champions League berth during the second half of the season.