Written by Patrick Echatah
Sevilla defeated Juventus 2-1 on the night in Andalusia to go to its sixth Europa League championship, giving Los Nervionenses a 3-2 aggregate win.
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Sevilla will travel to Budapest in a few weeks to try to win their seventh Europa League title, which would increase their lead as the most successful team in the history of the competition. It was a fantastic night for Sevilla.
Jose Luis Mendilibar, who has changed Los Nervionenses since his arrival in late-March, was singled out for special appreciation by Sevilla President Jose Castro, who was thrilled to see his club advance to another final, according to Marca.
“We are enormously happy, the fans, the squad, the coach. In a year like this that has been hard and complicated, to reach the final of the Europa League is incredible.
“The coach is a crucial piece in these league and Europa League matches, both with Manchester United and today against Juventus. I think we have done things better than others.”
In the final scheduled for next month, Sevilla will compete against Roma and Jose Mourinho in an attempt to maintain their perfect record in Europa League finals.
The current transfer window is being worked on by Monchi in the background as Sevilla concentrates on their Europa League semi-final matchup with Juventus.
Monchi will be more eager than ever to show his abilities in the market after a dismal summer the last time around and lots of criticism from fans and media alike.
Koln center midfielder Ellyes Skhiri is one of the players he is thinking about. Fabrizio Romano reports that the Tunisia international, who was born in France, will move on a free transfer this summer.
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