Sevilla have given Manchester City outcast Jesus Navas an ultimatum regarding a possible return to the club, a report claims.
Navas left the Estadio Sanchez Pizjuan to join Manchester City in 2013 in a €20m deal, but so far has not lived up to expectations and is reportedly free to leave this summer.
However, the La Liga club are growing impatient, and Sevilla president Jose Castro revealed yesterday that an offer is on the table.
He cofnirmed that the club are trying to tie up deals to bring back both Navas and Inter forward Stevan Jovetic.
“Jesus Navas? We’re waiting for a response,” Castro told reporters.
“It’s a pretty generous offer and we’ve made a significant effort. He also would like to play for Sevilla. We can’t say anything more.
“Also, we’ve been trying with Jovetic for a long time but haven’t reached anything complete. It’s a more open option. Jovetic is not a closed one as nothing which this club is interested in is closed.
“Sevilla have made a significant effort to bring Nolito here but so did he, to be here at Sevilla.”