Liverpool splashed out £7.7m for Aspas in last summer's transfer window, but the Spanish forward has failed to adapt to the pace and competitiveness of the English game.
Open door for Aspas
Liverpool poached the highly rated Spaniard from Celta de Vigo in 2013, where he had spent the majority of his career, scoring 50 goals in 153 appearances.
Now, only a year after snapping up Aspas, Liverpool are reportedly willing to let him leave, with Sevilla ready to swoop in for the 26-year-old, according to the Daily Star.
The Liverpool outcast is said to be open to a move away from Anfield, and is understood to be happy with a move to Sevilla, should they make a move for him.
The forward has failed to get a look in for Brendan Rodge's' new look title contenders over the past year, and hasn't been able to take his chances when handed them, scoring one goal in 15 appearances for the Merseyside outfit.
Sevilla are looking to Aspas to be their new leading forward with their current frontman Carlos Bacca's future seemingly uncertain amid reports Atletico Madrid are seeking Bacca as a replacement for Diego Costa.
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