Are you Brazilian?
Are you a winger who shows occasional flashes of genius accompanied by long spells of frustrating lack of end product.
Do you want to break a club record? Then you sound perfect for Real Betis.
Back in 1998 Betis made Denilson the most expensive player in world football.
Betis paid £21.5million to Sao Paulo for the winger, eclipsing the amount Inter Milan paid Barcelona for Ronaldo a year earlier.
He was a fringe player during Betis’ Copa del Rey win in 2005 but that was about as good as it got.
However Betis haven’t been put off. The club are making a bid for wantaway PSG winger Lucas Moura, according to Estadio Deportivo.
Betis want to tie up a deal for an initial €18mil plus €12m in variables, which would make him their club-record signing.
He scored 12 goals in 29 starts last season, as well as providing five assists.
But Moura hasn’t started a league game for PSG this campaign with Unai Emery preferring Edinson Cavani, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe up top.
Sounds perfect for Betis.
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