Sevilla have reportedly approached Everton goalkeeper Joel Robles regarding a summer bid, with the Spaniard likely to return to La Liga.
Robles joined Everton last summer after the Toffees agreed to pay around £3m to Atletico Madrid for his services.
However, with Tim Howard established as Roberto Martinez's number one, the 23-year-old keeper has struggled to secure a place in the starting line-up - even though the Spanish manager was the main reason behind his move to Goodison Park.
Robles was already on loan from Atletico Madrid to Wigan acquired by Roberto Martinez in the previous campaign, with the Spanish keeper playing a crucial role in the Latics' heroic 1-0 victory over Manchester City in last season's FA Cup final.
But having started just one Premier League game this season, Spanish newspaper AS reports he may move to Sevilla at the end of the season.
According to the reports Sevilla have already contacted Robles' agent to find out if he would consider a move back to La Liga and it looks like the Andalucia-based side have got a positive response from the keeper.
Robles began his goalkeeping career at Atletico Madrid's academy but with Thibaut Courtois excelling at Diego Simeone's side he decided to go on loan to Wigan to make more appearances during the January transfer window last season.
And after impressing Martinez, the manager decided to reunite with him at Everton by paying £3m to secure his services for the next five campagins. However, he has eventually opted for the experience of the 35-year-old Tim Howard, with Robles just playing in the FA Cup and the Capital One Cup.