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The striker scored 25 goals in La Liga last season

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The 31-year-old only lasted a season at the Etihad

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Sevilla president Jose Maria del Nido recently claimed that the club turned down a £13.9 million bid from a top European side for Negredo

Transfer talk: Sevilla coach Unai Emery puts Manchester City on red alert after he admits Alvaro Negredo sale could be 'best for everyone'

City boss Manuel Pellegrini is a known fan of the striker, and he could make a move following Emery's admission that Sevilla could do with the money from any transfer

Alvaro Negredo
Alvaro Negredo

Sevilla insist no bids have been received for Alvaro Negredo despite reported interest from Manchester City and Tottenham

The striker has been strongly linked with a move this summer

Luis Alberto will add to Liverpool's attacking options

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Striker has signed a long-term contract with the Reds after passing a medical

Luis Alberto will add to Liverpool's attacking options

Luis Alberto 'looking forward' to Liverpool switch as the Sevilla midfielder arrives for medical

The Spaniard will also discuss personal terms over a move to Anfield

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