The Europa League final may have been the last match for Moroccan international Yassine Bono with Spanish La Liga club, Sevilla FC. The Atlas Lion, who is considered a hero by the supporters for his two penalty saves in the Europa League final, is facing economically enticing offers from Premier League clubs, Italy, and the Middle East, which Sevilla FC will struggle to match.
Indeed, Tottenham, who had previously shown interest in Bono during the last winter transfer window, is the most serious candidate. It appears that the English Premier League club is eager to make a renewed approach this summer to seize this opportunity and not let it slip away. Aston Villa, under the leadership of Unai Emery, has also recently shown interest.
In Italy, Inter Milan has inquired about the Atlas Lion. Lastly, the Middle East is also making a mark with Al-Ahli, who has recently returned to the top division after a surprising relegation last year and is keen to make a “significant” offer.
Sevilla FC is already pleased with this situation and is unlikely to accept offers below 20-25 million euros, as Bono has been recognized by FIFA as the third-best goalkeeper in the world, the MVP of the Europa League final, and a member of the tournament’s All-Star Team in the previous edition.