A secret that had been whispered about in Sevilla for weeks was confirmed on Tuesday night, as the Andalusian club announced an agreement to terminate Fernando Reges’ contract. The Brazilian midfielder is now leaving the Seville club, where he has been a key player in recent seasons.
Reges, 36, had been a regular starter for Sevilla this season, appearing in 10 of the club’s 13 matches. He was a key part of the team’s Europa League title-winning campaign in 2019-20 and helped the club reach the Champions League semifinals last season.
Reges’ departure is a major loss for Sevilla, but it is also an opportunity for young midfielder Isaac Romero to step up. Romero, 20, has been a regular in the Sevilla B team and has been tipped as a future star.
Reges’ next destination is not yet known, but he has been linked with a move to Brazil, where he could join his former club Vasco da Gama.
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