Liverpool loanee starlet Suso is set to end to his time at Anfield by completing a permanent move to La Liga side Sevilla, reports in Spain claim.
The Spanish playmaker joined Liverpool from Cadiz's academy in the summer of 2009 during Rafa Benitez's tenure but last summer Brendan Rodgers decided to send him on loan to Almeria to continue his development.
According to Andalucia-based newspaper El Desmarque, the 20-year-old playmaker is enjoying his time back in Spain so much that he wants to make his move to La Liga permanent, with Sevilla leading the race to secure his services over his current side Almeria.
El Desmarque claim sources close to Suso have assured them that the midfielder is in advanced negotiations to make a move to Nervion Stadium, although Sevilla will also need to agree terms with Liverpool.
Spanish reports claim that Suso's contract at Liverpool expires in summer 2015, adding that the player rejected an extension proposal from the Reds in January as he wasn't sure about committing his future to Anfield.
Sevilla are trying to complete the deal as soon as possible, as they are aware of potential interest from clubs elsewhere in Europe.
The Spain Under 21 international enjoyed his breakthrough season on Merseyside last campaign, making 20 impressive appearances for the first team.
Last summer he rejected a move to Borussia Dortmund and decided instead to back to his homeland where he has honed his repuation, scoring two goals and grabbing eight assists in 24 La Liga games.
Suso believes that his chances of securing a place in Liverpool's line-up next season are uncertain with Philippe Coutinho excelling in his role and earlier last week he admitted that he was considering extending his stay with Almeria for one more season.
"I'm at Almería on loan from Liverpool so it doesn't depend just on my decision," Suso said.
"Almeria have given me the chance to play in the first division and I would not mind at all continuing here one more season, but as I said, it does not depend just on me."