Europa League holders Sevilla aim to increase the release clause in Grzegorz Krychowiak’s contract to whopping €45 million, according to Marca.
Los Rojiblancos have seen both Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain attempt to recruit the Poland star this summer, but they have no intention of letting their prized asset leave.
As a result, Sevilla are readying a new and improved contract for Krychowiak that would see his release clause increased from €30 million to €45 million.
Los Rojiblancos were forced to sell a number of key players in recent years, but they don’t feel the time is right for the Polish midfielder to go as well.
Krychowiak developed into a key member of the squad at Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan shortly after arriving from Reims last summer, helping the club defend the Europa League trophy in his first season,
The 25-year-old has 2 goals in 39 La Liga appearances, and he also started both Champions League fixtures this term.