The Verdiblanco team needs to make space on the squad to go in search of reinforcements and, in addition, “lighten the wage bill”.
Tuesday, November 15, 2022
The football break for the World Cup in QatarIt has not been an excuse for the clubs to start planning what is to come for 2023, where they will seek to reinforce and also release some players during the winter transfer market that will open next January. This is the case of Real Betis led by Manuel Pellegrini, which would already have two “cuts” by 2023.
According to the ABC newspaper from Seville, the Verdiblanco team he needs to make room in the squad to go in search of reinforcements in the European winter market and, at the same time, “lighten the wage bill”.
In this context, Martín Montoya and Loren Morón would be the first to leave the team. “The club is already moving to find a destination for these two footballers who are not available, to open a salary space and opt for some reinforcement if the case arises in very specific positions”, he pointed out the middle.
This decision would also have to do with the fact that the club wants to avoid having any more Financial Fair Play problems like the ones they had with Claudio Bravo, who had to wait to be registered because the team earned more money than the regulations of the Spanish La Liga allow.