With the upcoming departure of Rakitic and the likely departure of Federico Gattoni, Sevilla is moving quickly to bring in a forward, which is their top priority in this winter transfer window. The player they are targeting is Robert Bozenik from the Portuguese club Boavista, who has scored 9 goals in 21 games this season. The loan deal for Bozenik is in advanced stages, as reported by ElDesmarque and confirmed by MARCA.
Bozenik fits a profile that Sevilla currently lacks and can provide different options for Quique in the 5-3-2 formation that he has been using. Standing at 1.88 meters tall, Bozenik has the ability to score and offers a physical presence as a traditional center forward. He was signed by Feyenoord in the summer of 2020 for 4 million from MSK Zilina and has since been on loan spells before emerging in the Portuguese league with Boavista, who eventually bought him for two million.
Isaac Romero continues to be Quique’s choice up front, as he has shown confidence in the youth academy players to help address the team’s shortcomings. Rafa Mir is not trusted by Quique and is likely to leave, while Mariano has been sidelined due to injury. In addition, En-Nesyri is currently participating in the Africa Cup.
Sevilla is now working to finalize the loan deal for Bozenik as they accelerate their efforts in the final stretch of the transfer market. The club is eager to strengthen their attacking options as they prepare for the remainder of the season.
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