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Del Nido coy on Kondogbia

Sevilla chief Jose Maria del Nido refused to be drawn on the future of midfield starlet Geoffrey Kondogbia.

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Geoffrey Kondogbia: Big season with Sevilla

Geoffrey Kondogbia: Big season with Sevilla

The 20-year-old only joined the club last summer from Lens, but he has impressed hugely.

However, Sevilla only owns half the player along with investment company Doyen.

Kondogbia has a buy-out clause of around €20million and he is reportedly attracting glances from Real Madrid, Manchester United, Chelsea and Borussia Dortmund.

Despite the player's buy-out clause - because Sevilla on own half of him - they would need to buy the reminder of him if a club offered just €6million.

"I love it when they talk about my players, but we aren't going to say a word about transfers until the end of the season because we still have a chance of qualifying for Europe," said del Nido.

"If an offer in excess of €6m comes in for him, Sevilla would have to pay 50% of that offer or sell him."

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