Liverpool striker Iago Aspas has joined Sevilla on a season-long loan, according to the Sky Sports website.
The 26-year-old had an unfortunate season at Anfield since joining Liverpool for £7.7million from Celta Vigo last year, and chief executive Ian Ayre has been keen to usher Aspas to the exit.
The move back to his homeland should allow the Spanish striker more time on the pitch in La Liga than he was given in the Premier League.
A statement read: “Sevilla FC and Liverpool FC have reached (on Monday) a tentative agreement for the loan with an option to purchase the player Iago Aspas, who will wear the shirt of Sevilla FC for season 14/15.
“At the end of the campaign Sevilla FC may exercise a clause to purchase him for three seasons with an option for a fourth.”