Pablo Sarabia’s club future is still up in the air, as newly appointed Paris Saint-Germain football advisor Luis Campos will have to decide in the coming months on whether to keep him at the club.
From Sarabia’s standpoint, he would be open to a move to La Liga side Sevilla, as noted by the Spanish-based outlet Cope (via Le10Sport). He played at Sevilla for three seasons before opting to leave for PSG.
Sarabia capped off his one-season loan move at Sporting CP last month. He featured for the side in the UEFA Champions League and Primeira Liga competitions during the season.
Overall, now-former PSG sporting director Leonardo was reportedly interested in keeping Sarabia at the club for the upcoming new season, but with his recent departure, such plans may have now been foiled.
Sarabia has two more seasons remaining on his contract at PSG. If Campos decides to have him stay put past the upcoming summer transfer window, then the Spanish playmaker would then provide depth to the team’s attack in the coming campaign.