Tottenham striker Roberto Soldado could be given the chance to end his nightmare stay in the Premier League at the end of the season by joining Atletico Madrid.
Reports in Spain suggest Atletico Madrid will make an attempt to bring Soldado back to his homeland if Diego Costa leaves the club at the end of the season.
The 28-year-old, who scored 59 La Liga goals in 101 games for Valencia before sealing a £26million move to Tottenham, has failed to replicate his fantastic goalscoring form in England.
A number of sides are said to be keen on signing Costa, who has a release clause of £32million, in the summer as the striker has impressed for Atletico Madrid this season.
Premier League trio Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United are all said to be in the queue to sign the Spaniard before the 2014/15 campaign.
Spanish newspaper Sport also suggest Tottenham could offer Soldado and cash to Atletico Madrid in hope of stealing Costa away from their Premier League rivals.