Barcelona announced on Friday the sale of Spanish striker of Moroccan origin, Munir El Haddadi, during the current transfer winter.
The Catalan club, in an official statement through its official website: “Barcelona signed an agreement to transfer Mounir El Haddadi to Sevilla, who will pay €1,050,000 to the Catalan club”.
Barca added: “The club expresses its gratitude to Munir El Haddadi for his commitment and dedication and wishes him success in the future”
He played 56 matches, with the first team of Barcelona, He won two league titles, two in the cup, and one for each: The Champions League, the Clubs World Cup, the European Super Cup, and the Spanish Super Cup twice, scoring 12 goals for the Blaugrana.
The club said in a statement: “Seville and Barcelona have reached an agreement, which requires the transfer of Munir El Haddadi, in principle, pending the passing of the medical tests, and signing contracts”.Latest Transfer News: CLICK HERE