His Sevilla deal is really confusing. They brought him to the team just for being a Sevilla legend, but the thing with him is that he can work in only one system, with tall striker and heading capable players geting in the box upfront, with him included with crosses a lot.
Apart from having a good delivery from the right, and being a good presser but that's off the ball , he's pretty much useless on the ball. He's playing on the side of his stronger foot, which also can affect a RB overlaping in a negative way, his shooting is below average, and he cannot even a create space for shooting for himself, he cannot cut in cause he's on his weak foot.
Okay, it was fine when the likes of Kanoute, Negredo, Luis Fabiano were at Sevilla. It was a brilliant mix, a good crosser with good stamina, sometime 2 more than capable players in terms of heading the ball in the box, he was many times one of the best assistants in Europe.
But now? Strikers for Sevilla are Muriel and Ben Yedder. Muriel is a really good striker, not the one who'd lead the line in my team, but has a really good dribble speed, very good control and if you give him enough space he'll kill you. Ben Yedder is an amazing poacher, who works really good with dummy runner, has a clinical finishing, good movement. But they are small and not good in the air. The option of Navas' long crosses is automatically gone, and if you took him one of his very few qualities, he's more pointless than anything.
Relja's not dead