At the presentation of Ibrahim Amadou as a Sevilla FC player, Director of Football Joaquín Caparrós had the chance to clear up the situation surrounding Clément Lenglet: "I talked with him yesterday and he was with us. What's certain is that we've made him an offer because we want him to stay. He's passed his medical test and tomorrow he has to join his teammates at training. As things stand, he'll complete pre-season and compete. Until money is offered to La Liga, there's nothing and he remains our footballer".
He also talked about the imminent transfer of Tomas Vaclik who arrived this Wednesday in Seville: "The important thing is that we cover the goal. We're starting the market and there's a lot left to go, though sometimes with economic evaluations we wait until July. We have the market open and if offers don't arrive for our keepers, they need to train and compete because the position is well covered".
He also talked about the new addition: "We were already following Ibrahim because, as I've said many times, the scouting team give you everything you need. He had been followed and he's a physical player, with skill on the ball and a lot of versatility. It's what our coach wanted. He's a player that matches our philosophy".
"We were following him. He is skillful on the ball and has the versatility the coach wants"