Lille right-back, Sebastien Corchia, has opted to join Sevilla despite interest from Arsenal, Watford and Besiktas.
- Watford make £5m bid for Arsenal-target Corchia
- Rumoured former Arsenal target signs for Sevilla
- Sevilla said to be paying €5m for right-back
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.