Sevilla sporting director Monchi has once more renewed doubts about his future at the club by stating he would like to live abroad again.
The 48-year-old made headlines this summer by confirming to the club that he wished to move on and seek a new challenge, a decision which he eventually reversed when Sevilla told him that he would only be allowed to leave if a rival bought out his contract.
"I lived in London for five months and it's a city I like a lot, but the two countries that really appeal to me are France and Italy," explained the infamous transfer-guru on Canal Sur Radio.
"These are countries which are important in terms of culture and history, whilst it's the cities of Paris and Rome that appeal especially to me – I have been there on occasions before, but I would love to live there one day.
"I am tired but I love my work – I suppose I have created a monster and I'm not able to disconnect…working for 16 years one generates ambitions, anxieties and responsibilities that are difficult to remove.
"We have been a rebellion against power and showing that big clubs which have all the economic power do not always win."