Reports from separate media outlets strongly suggest that high-value VfB Stuttgart players Borna Sosa and Konstantinos Mavropanos should be on their way out of the Swabian capital before the transfer window closes on September 1st.
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The latest news on the status of Croatian fullback Borna Sosa - according to Italian transfer guru Fabrizio Romano - is that La Liga side FC Sevilla are in advanced talks to acquire the left-back. Sosa continues to be linked with a host of other clubs. The general consensus in German footballing media report holds that Stuttgart are willing to listen to offers for Sosa in the €15-million-range.
In a recent interview with Germany's Deutsche Presse Agentur, club personnel boss Alexander Wehrle acknowledged that certain players on his roster had lodged transfer requests and that sales under "financially reasonable" conditions would likely be coming. The Swabians also continue to battle attempts by other clubs to acquire Japanese defender Hiroki Ito, who has seen his estimated market worth rise to €10 million after last season.