N'Zonzi eyes Sevilla exit amid Premier League interest


N'Zonzi reacted badly to being substituted during the Champions League tie with Liverpool.

In recent days there has been plenty of transfer gossip about Sevilla midfielder Steven N'Zonzi. His midfield companion Guido Pizarro was not much better, provoking N'Zonzi to question whether Berizzo favoured him because he is a fellow Argentine.

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However, that rumour has been quashed since N'Zonzi was in London visiting his son. The futures of Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil are still nowhere near to being resolved, with incomings very likely during the second transfer window of the season.

As a result, N'Zonzi has not featured since and it is believed the club will let him leave in January should any club match their €40million asking price.

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"My future is clearly elsewhere than in Sevilla". N'Zonzi made his debut for the French national team at the start of November, and that may provide an incentive to resolve the situation.

The midfielder explained what happened at half-time of the 3-3 draw with Liverpool: "We were 3-0 down at half-time". What does that mean? The former England coach signed N'Zonzi from Amiens for Blackburn in a £500,000 deal during June 2009 and the midfielder quickly became an integral part of the Rovers squad. "My case with the coach, with Monchi, would have been fixed in two days".

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Steven N'Zonzi's recent trip to London was for personal reasons and not to negotiate a move back to the Premier League, according to Sevilla chairman Jose Castro. "But what bothers me is the way this is happening, I never had a problem like this with any coach".