Sevilla are hoping to cash in on Diego Carlos and have offered the defender to three Premier League clubs, claims a report in Spain.
The powerful centre-back enjoyed a starring role last season, helping Sevilla to another Europa League victory.
Carlos was also named in the La Liga team of the season by Marca, and the paper claim Julen Lopetegui’s side are now willing to cash in on the Brazilian,
Manchester City, Liverpool and Manchester United all considering a deal, Marca report, after being contacted by the LaLiga side.
Los Rojiblancos know that Carlos’ stock is high and are well aware of the Premier League trio’s need for a centre-back.
Sevilla want to continue their investment in the squad and if they can bank close to his release clause they will willingly let Carlos depart.
That is set at €75m, although in the post-Covid transfer market Football Espana suggest the club “may consider bids significantly lower”.
Goal claimed Sevilla received two significant bids from English clubs over the summer. The first offer arrived in June, with the second coming in July.
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United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking for a partner for Harry Maguire, while Man City are said to be in negotiations with Napoli over a move for Kalidou Koulibaly.
The player himself has cooled speculation in April: “There is a lot of news that comes out and that we see, but I don’t know.
“What I think is to finish the competition as well as possible and I leave that for later.
“They are very serious things for me and this type of situation must be left for later I am focused exclusively on competition and finishing Sevilla as best as possible, ” he told Onda Cero.
The 27-year-old Carlos cost £13.5m when he signed from Nantes in May 2019.