Robert Bozenik’s Stay at Boavista Porto: Sevilla Transfer Talks Fall Through


In an intricate dance of football transfers, the Slovakian sensation, Bozennk, once flirted with Spain’s allure, only to find his way back to Portugal’s embrace. Reports reveal a brief dalliance with Sevilla, where he was poised to fill the void left by the departure of Ivan Rakitic to the sands of Saudi Arabia’s Al-Shabab. Amidst the transfer saga, Seville’s intentions to offload Rafa Mir to Valencia were clear, yet a sudden twist saw the recall of Tottenham’s Aleja Veliz, shattering Mir’s anticipated move. However, as the Sevillanos reportedly retreated from the agreement, Bozenik’s narrative took a decisive turn.

At a youthful 24, the Slovakian forward has illuminated the Portuguese top flight with his prowess, notching seven precise strikes in 19 league encounters, emerging as the leading goal-scorer for his side.

With eight appearances in Slovakia’s UEFA EURO qualification campaign under his belt, Bozenik played a pivotal role in securing the nation’s third consecutive EURO berth under the stewardship of Francesco Calzona. Across 37 national team caps, the sharpshooter has netted six times, cementing his status as a formidable force on the international stage.

Meanwhile, Seville’s La Liga journey has been fraught with challenges, languishing in 16th place with a meager 17-point tally, teetering just a point above the relegation zone. Their season’s struggles encapsulate a solitary victory from 16 outings, with a mere three instances of maximum points earned, painting a picture of turbulence in Andalusia.

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