Sevilla are ready to offer Tottenham Hotspur outcast Iago Falque an escape-route from north London with the offer of a transfer to the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium.
According to the Daily Express, the 24-year-old midfielder is attracting widespread interest in La Liga having enjoyed a productive season-long loan spell in Spain with Rayo Vallecano last season.
Falque scored three goals and contributed three assists in 2013/14, and Paco is hopeful of making the Spurs loanee's temporary switch to the Madrid-based club permanent.
However, Rayo face competition for the former Spain U21 international's signature, with Sevilla and Valencia also monitoring the player's situation closely ahead of the summer transfer window.
A White Hart Lane exit looks almost certain for a player that has struggled to make any kind of impact in Tottenham's senior team, and given new manager Mauricio Pochettino's wealth of attacking midfield options, is unlikely to stand in the way of Falque as he looks to seal a switch to Spain.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy will be hopeful of recouping the £880,000 paid to Juventus for the player in 2012, and is likely to sell to whichever club makes the highest bid for Falque's services.