Castro on Spain job, Sevilla transfers

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Sevilla president Jose Castro has commented on two potential transfers as well as Joaquin Caparros’ suitability for the Spain national team coaching job.

Speaking to Spanish website Eco Diario, Castro said that the former Granada coach would be the ‘ideal coach’, due to his ‘classic Spanish fury’ as well as his extensive football knowledge.

“It would be phenomenal for Caparrós, because he is the ideal coach, a classic Spanish fury,” he said.

“A knower of football – I can only speak well of him. He deserves it and certainly would succeed with the Spanish team.”

When asked about reported moves within the Sevilla camp, Castro acknowledged hat Palermo and Argentine midfielder Franco Vázquez, of Palermo could reach the Andalusian capital in the coming hours.

“Franco is near, but not completely done.”

Castro also confirmed that the club have not received any offers for Fernando Llorente, despite media reports suggesting a move to English Premiership outfit Everton.

“There haven’t been any approaches for the player – if there are any we will study it,” he added.