Spaniards will charge appropriately for striker.
Sevilla president Jose Maria Del Nido has insisted that the club will not be undersold over the sale of in demand striker Alvaro Negredo, Sky Sports reports.
The 27-year-old was the highest scoring Spaniard in the Primera Division last season with 25 goals has reportedly been targeted by both Tottenham Hotspur and Atletico Madrid, and he has indicated he would like to leave Andalusian side.
Del Nido had admitted that he would have to let the player move on this summer after receiving a bid from an unnamed foreign club, but he has insisted that the club will not be short changed when the time does come for him to move on.
“We are not going to undersell Negredo or any other player,” he told AS. “If you ask me I would like him to stay.
“I hope he does and continues to score many goals for Sevilla. We are used to the pressure there is in these cases but we are evidently not going to undersell him.
“He will only go if the right offer arrives. If it doesn’t, he will stay, he has another four years left on his contract.”
Sevilla have already sold Jesus Navas to Manchester City for a big £25 million fee whilst Luis Alberto and Antonio Luna have left for Liverpool and Aston Villa respectively.