Sevilla will appear this Friday before their fans at the Sanchez Pizjuan before the debut in the League on Friday at the Osasuna field and host Cádiz in the XI Antonio Puerta Trophy (9:00 p.m.). The Nervión fans could see the debut today of alex tellesrecently arrived from Manchester United on loan, but not yet Marcao, according to Lopetegui in statements to Canal Sur.
“Marcao arrived injured and is still injured. Alex Telles no, he has arrived fit, in good condition and will be available to play”, affirmed the Sevilla coach. The Basque coach maintains his confidence in the club regarding the signings that are yet to come. The arrival of a left side and, above all, of a centralare priority.
“Two important players have left (referring to Koundé and Diego Carlos), the club is aware and will try to find the best solutions for those positions and for others that we understand can be improved. We know that the club is working and that it will try to give us the best possible team”, explained Lopetegui. “The times of the market do not coincide with those of the competition. When the market closes, four days of LaLiga have passed, something that it’s not very healthy, but you have to live with it ”, lamented the Sevilla coach.
For its part, alex telles He said his first words as a new player for the Seville team in statements to the club’s media. “I am very happy to be here. I have teammates with whom I played who had already told me that the club and the city are spectacular,” said the Brazilian full-back on loan from Manchester United.
Respect for Antonio Puerta
Lopetegui also wanted to highlight the Antonio Puerta Trophy: “We are very excited about the first game in front of the public. Despite being a friendly, there is the responsibility of being the home trophy and, above all, of the name and surname of Anthony Door, his memory and the permanent tribute to Puerta ya Jose Antonio Reyes”, highlighted the Basque coach.
Antonio Puerta, hero of Sevilla for being the player who qualified the team for its first European League final with his goal against Schalke-04 in 2006, he died on August 28, 2007 due to heart problems, while José Antonio Reyes, another icon in Nervión, lost his life on June 1, 2019 in a traffic accident.