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The 28-year-old reveals the Brazilian made him fall in love with football and also targets victory in Saturday’s El Gran Derbi

Sevilla and Betis slug it out for the first time this season in Saturday’s El Gran Derbi – the most hotly anticipated fixture of the year. And Real Betis’s Cristian Tello and Sevilla FC’s Sergio Escudero break down how much the game means to Goal.

Q: What were your thoughts when you used to watch #ElGranDerbi (the derby between Sevilla FC and Real Betis) on television?

ESCUDERO: Whenever I watched Sevilla face Betis on television, I was always bowled over by the wonderful atmosphere and the rivalry between two teams from the same city with vocal fan bases that always get behind their side. It’s one of the most fantastic derbies in world football.

TELLO: As current LaLiga Santander players in the top flight, we constantly think about the fact that we now get the opportunity to savour such atmospheres from the inside.

Q: How would you explain what Sevilla v Betis means to a foreigner?

ESCUDERO: It’s very difficult to explain the feeling that’s entrenched in the game, both at the club and among supporters… You have to be wearing one of the teams’ colours to be able to fully experience it.

TELLO: It’s a spectacular city derby because of the atmosphere and the rivalry between supporters, which is fantastic to see.

Q: If #ElGranDerbi were a film, what would it be?

ESCUDERO:  I think it would be Star Wars, the goodies against the baddies. Of course, that depends on your allegiances (laughter), but as far as we’re concerned, we’re the goodies and they’re the baddies, and it’s the other way round for them.

TELLO: I’d go for 2 Fast 2 Furious.

Q: What do you like the most about Seville?

ESCUDERO: Above all, the people, who’ve treated me so well since I arrived and have always given me everything.

TELLO: I agree. What I like the most is the people because of the way they follow their football and the passion with which they live their lives.

Q: Who is your idol?

ESCUDERO: As a youngster, I always looked up to Roberto Carlos, because of the position that he played in and the fact that he was such an attacking full-back.

TELLO: Since I was little, I’ve always really liked Fernando Torres because of his pace and movement. Now I’d go with [Lionel] Messi, who is undoubtedly the best player in the world.

Q: If you weren’t a footballer, what would you be?

ESCUDERO: If I weren’t a footballer, I’d have liked to have done something in sport. Maybe I’d be a coach or a PE teacher. It would certainly involve sport.

TELLO: I think I’d have also done something connected to sport. I’ve always really liked sport since I was little and if I hadn’t been lucky enough to become a footballer, I would’ve done something else in the same field.

Q: What’s your prediction for #ElGranDerbi?

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The winter transfer window does not open until January 1, but clubs across Europe are busy planning for potential ins and outs.

Our friends at Football Whispers have scoured the European newspapers and websites to bring you the latest transfer gossip and news from the continent.

Steven N’Zonzi, a former Tottenham transfer target, looks set to be heading to Arsenal after the Gunners agreed to pay £35.3million to secure his services. (El Gol)

Real Madrid are preparing a player-plus-cash deal to take Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah to the Bernabeu. The La Liga champions and are willing to send Lucas Vazquez in the other direction as they prepare to freshen up their attacking options. (Don Balon)

Zinedine Zidane also expects to sign Athletic Bilbao goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga in January with an offer of €25million (£22.07m) being made as soon as the transfer window opens. It would mean long-term transfer target David de Gea would remain at Manchester United. (Marca)

Everton and Valencia are haggling over a fee for striker Sandro Ramirez. The Spaniard looks set to leave Goodison Park in January after struggling to settle following his move from Malaga in the summer. The 22-year-old wants to return to Spain and Valencia want to bolster their attacking ranks as they push for a Champions League place next season. (Cadena Cope)

Barcelona could be set to enter the chase for young Ajax defender Matthijs de Ligt as a replacement for veteran Javier Mascherano. The Argentine is free to negotiate a move away from the Nou Camp in January. (Sport)

Barcelona are wanting to take up the option they have with Palmeiras to sign centre-back Yerry Mina for €9million (£7.9m) during the winter window. Manager Ernesto Valverde wants to bring in defensive reinforcements. (AS)

Juventus, the masters of the free transfer market, had hoped to sign Athletic Bilbao goalkeeper Kepa in the summer when his contract expired. The Turin giants viewed him as a long-term successor to Gianluigi Buffon. However, with Real Madrid prepared to go all out and pay as much as €30million (£26.4m) to sign him in January, the Serie A champions have ruled themselves out of the running. (Calciomercato)

AC Milan are keeping a close eye on a player dubbed ‘the next Christian Eriksen’. Ajax midfielder Donny Van De Beek has caught the eye over recent weeks having scored five goals in his last four matches, including one in the 3-0 win over PSV. The 20-year-old versatile midfielder is seen as the ideal player to inject some creativity into the middle third for Gennaro Gattuso’s team. (Calciomercato)

Touted as a future Bayern Munich manager, Hoffenheim’s Julian Nagelsmann is a possible candidate to takeover at Borussia Dortmund in the summer. Having just sacked Peter Bosz, the club appointed Peter Stoeger on an interim basis as they look to identify a new long-term manager, and Nagelsmann is one of the names being mentioned. (SportBild)


Lille manager Marcelo Bielsa is currently suspended after a poor start to the Ligue 1 season. The reason they are yet to sack ‘El Loco’ was recently revealed by the manager’s agent who claims there is a clause in his contract which prevents him from being sacked for serious misconduct: “The pure and simple execution of his contract that runs until June 2019 (note: about €400,000 gross monthly). Which excludes besides, it is written black on white, any possibility of dismissal for serious misconduct. For now, we are in a legal battle with the LOSC. But an arrangement is always possible.” (Le10Sport)

Jurgen Klopp has already identified a replacement for Barcelona transfer target Philippe Coutinho. The Liverpool manager wants to bring Monaco’s Thomas Lemar to Anfield having failed to do so during the summer transfer window. The former Borussia Dortmund manager feels the Frenchman has the ideal profile to replace his midfield maestro. (L’Equipe)

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Sevilla winger Nolito has warned Liverpool to be ready to “suffer” when the two sides meet in Tuesday’s Champions League clash at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan stadium.

Sevilla are second in the Group E standings, one point adrift of leaders Liverpool after four games played.

The Spanish club held Liverpool to a 2-2 draw when the two met in their group opener at Anfield on Sept. 13 and former Manchester City man Nolito believes his side can again make life difficult for Jurgen Klopp’s team.

Nolito, who scored the winner in Sevilla’s come-from-behind 2-1 La Liga win over Celta Vigo on Saturday, told Cadena Ser: “We have a huge game coming up. All the top teams are in the Champions League and Liverpool have a great side but so do we.

“Liverpool are Liverpool and I don’t know if they are going to win or lose against us but I can assure you they are going to suffer.”

Sevilla, fifth in La Liga and 12 points adrift of leaders Barcelona, have won just three games away from home this season in all competitions.

“We have a very good team and the best is yet to come,” Nolito said. “We struggled a little bit early on and we know we can play much better and we can score more goals.”

Under coach Eduardo Berizzo, who replaced Jorge Sampaoli in June, Sevilla remain unbeaten at their Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan stadium, where they will have plenty of support on Tuesday.

Earlier this month, Sevilla president Jose Castro appealed to fans to come out in force when the club host Liverpool and supporters have not let him down.

Sevilla confirmed to ESPN FC that since last week there are no tickets available for the contest and that more than 40,000 spectators will attend Tuesday’s game, including 2,700 visiting fans.

Nolito, who has yet to score in the Champions League this season, is hoping to make the difference on Tuesday.

“I need to give my best and hopefully, score,” he said. “I just want to do better, score goals and make our fans happy.”

The 31-year-old has found the back of the net just three times in 15 appearances in all competitions since joining Sevilla on a three-year contract from City in July.

Nolito, who wanted to return to La Liga after making just nine Premier League starts for City following his €18 million transfer from Celta Vigo in 2016, believes it is only a matter of time before he hits his best form.

“I need to gain more confidence but I’m calm,” the Spain international said. “I’ve gone through a lot in my career and it’s a bit like having to start from zero after my time in England where I didn’t play much and then being two months on holiday. I’ve got confidence in me, I’ve always had. I know I can deliver.”

Adriana Garcia is a Valencia-based football writer who covers La Liga for ESPN FC.