Lille right-back, Sebastien Corchia, has opted to join Sevilla despite interest from Arsenal, Watford and Besiktas.

Corchia has reportedly chosen to sign for Sevilla despite apparent interest from across Europe, including the Premier League, which the right-back refused to rule out a move to back in May.

Watford were even said to have made a £5m last month.

According to Spanish outlet, AS, Corchia, who is currently having his medical with the La Liga club, will be replacing Galatasaray-bound Mariano.

The Gunners were potentially lining Corchia up as a replacement for Hector Bellerin, who was heavily linked with a return to his boyhood club Barcelona. However, with Barca getting increasingly bitter, it appears that this isn’t happening. Therefore, Arsene Wenger isn’t on the hunt for a new right-back.

26-year-old Corchia had just one year left on his deal with Lille and made 42 appearances for the Ligue 1 club last season, scoring twice and assisting four times.

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