Sevilla midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak will not push for a Premier League move this summer if Arsenal and Manchester United do not meet his £21million buy-out clause. Krychowiak, 25, is looking forward to playing in the Champions League with Sevilla next season after helping them win the Europa League and unlikely to put in a transfer request to try and force through a deal.
Grzegorz Krychowiak is a Polish footballer who plays for Spanish club Sevilla as a defensive midfielder. Krychowiak joined Championnat National side Stade de Reims on loan until the end of the season from Ligue 1 side Bordeaux, in 2009 and later signed permanently for the lowly ranked club in 2012 when they gained promotion to the elite division. In 2014 he moved to Sevilla, where he has made 36 appearances, scoring 2 goals.
Although Krychowiak usually plays as a defensive midfielder, on rare occasions he has also appeared in central defense. This versatility is what essentially makes him a good buy for any club, and would definitely be a good addition to either Manchester United or Arsenal, as they are both in need of good cover for the central defence position.
The asking price though is relatively high though, for a player which is not altogether am household name in international football or domestically in Spain, but which could all change with time.
He has proven to be injury free so far, and so might just be worth the gamble.