Real Madrid vs Seville: Coach wishes Alberto Moreno 'all the best' for his move to Liverpool after Super Cup defeat
Unai Emery congratulates Moreno after £12m move to Liverpool
Cardiff City Stadium
Wednesday 13 August 2014
Seville coach Unai Emery congratulated Alberto Moreno ahead of the Spanish left-back's £12million move to Liverpool.
Moreno was at the Cardiff City Stadium, but did not play, and was in tears as he was embraced on the pitch by his team-mates after the game, soon before Liverpool confirmed they had reached a deal.
“I congratulate the players how have decide to take a further step, but I am not going to think about them again,” Emery said.
“We will remember players like Alberto Moreno. It is true that it was in our minds but this has been in the offing for around a month and a half or two.
“There are teams interested in him and this has speeded it all up. We want to wish him the best.”
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