Lucien Agoumé, the young French midfielder, is set to become a new player for Spanish club Sevilla. A deal for his transfer has been agreed upon by Sevilla and Inter, his current team in Italy’s Serie A.
Well-known sports journalist Fabrizio Romano reports that Agoumé’s arrival to Sevilla will be in the form of a loan agreement, with an option for the Spanish club to buy him later. There’s no obligation on Sevilla’s part to permanently sign the player.
Agoumé, born in 2002, is expected in the Spanish city soon to meet with the fans. If Sevilla does decide to exercise its option to buy, Inter will still hold a right to repurchase the player in the future.