Sevilla winger Pablo Sarabia is worrying club officials over his future after plenty of interest from some of Europe’s biggest clubs.
The 26-year-old has arguably had the best season of his career so far, scoring an impressive 19 goals and gaining 12 assists for the Andalusian club in all competitions.
Having moved to Sevilla from Getafe in a £750k move back in 2016, Sarabia has now valued himself highly amongst Europe’s biggest clubs, being watched on occasion by the likes of Real Madrid and Manchester City.
The Madrid-native started his career with Los Blancos and reports of a potential return have arose, and whilst links continue, Sevilla officials are also beginning to worry
Marca claim that officials at the club are desperately trying to offer Sarabia a new and improved deal to the one which expires next summer.
Should the tricky forward not agree a new deal then he is free to discuss new terms with any potential clubs in January 2020.
New sporting director Monchi, who recently arrived back at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan from AS Roma – is said to be at the head of a new deal for Sarabia and it is said to be at the top of his list of things to do.