Sevilla plan move for Manchester City striker

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Manchester City's John Guidetti could reportedly leave the Etihad Stadium during the January transfer window, with the Swedish striker a reported target for La Liga club Sevilla.

According to AS, Sevilla are interested in taking the youngster on loan, even though Guidetti has not played a senior match since suffering an injury in April.

Guidetti enjoyed a fruitful spell away from Manchester City last season in the Eredvisie with Feyenoord, where the 20-year-old scored 20 times in only 23 appearances for the Dutch club.

With prospects of breaking into the Manchester City first-team this season seemingly slim for Guidetti, another temporary move away from the club is likely to be advised.

Roberto Mancini already has Sergio Aguero, Carlos Tevez, Edin Dzeko and Mario Balotelli at his disposal, so Guidetti is likely to have to look elsewhere for another crack at first-team football.

According to Sky Sports, Malaga are also keen on the Sweden international, while there is interest from Italy in the shape of Rome and Palermo.

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