Sevilla will reportedly give Barcelona loanee Denis Suarez permission to leave the club for Villarreal in a fresh U-turn.
The Andalucians were initially thought to have denied the young attacker from pursuing a move to El Madrigal, but Marca claims his parent club have since jumped into negotiations in order to facilitate the deal.
It is believed that Barca are keen to send Suarez to Villarreal as they believe he will enjoy sufficient minutes to aid his development, akin to Denis Cheryshev's loan spell from Real Madrid last season.
Despite a bright start to his two-year loan with Sevilla, the former Manchester City starlet struggled for minutes after January due to Ever Banega establishing himself as the side's chief playmaker.
Sevilla must now join Barca in giving the green light to the switch, although the newspaper is adamant that they will after a successful round of talks on Thursday.