Milan striker Carlos Bacca could return to Sevilla this summer after sporting director Oscar Arias admitted such a deal was ‘a possibility’.
The Colombian striker has been linked with a move to Valencia and Marseille, among others, but it has now emerged that he could return to the club he left in 2015 after winning two Europa League titles.
"Yes it’s true, Bacca could be a possibility for us,” Arias told Estadio Deportivo.
“We believe that he is on the market and will be sold this summer so players of his quality will always interest us.
“Due to Milan having a new owner and setup they will understandably be restructuring their squad, so players being on the market is understandable and is something which should alert us.”
The 30-year-old netted 31 times in 62 Serie A starts for the Rossoneri over the course of two seasons but has failed to win the backing of the Coaches and fans at the Milanese clubs.