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Sevilla president: "We don't need to sell, so we'll set the prices"

AS AS 03/06/2014 EP

Sevilla FC president José Castro has said an offer has been presented to team captain Ivan Rakitic that “represents a significant percentage of the total budget” of the club, while also confirming Liverpool’s interest in left back Alberto Moreno.

“We want him to stay so that the team remains powerful for the enjoyment of all Sevillistas. Rakitic still has a year left on his contract and we'll have to see what happens. The truth of the matter is that many months have gone by since we reached an agreement with him and he's still not signed.”

Alberto Moreno playing for Spain against Bolivia on May 30. © Jorge Guerrero Alberto Moreno playing for Spain against Bolivia on May 30.

Castro reiterated that Sevilla is in healthy shape after several years of financial instability that forced the sale of the team’s star players and this summer is under no pressure to part with any of its prize assets. He added that it would take an eyebrow-raising offer to prise the Croatia midfielder from the Sánchez Pizjuán.

“What I'm clear about is that we'll not force anyone to stay at Seville,” added Castro. “Whoever wants to leave can do so, but we'll be the ones setting the prices.”

The Sevilla president, speaking to the club’s in-house television station, confirmed that Liverpool have expressed an interest in 15-million-euro rated Moreno, but denied that a concrete bid had been lodged. “It's true that there's interest from Liverpool and we're waiting to see if that turns into a reality, which right now, it isn't,” he said.

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