Real Betis and Sevilla are reportedly set to battle it out for Real Madrid midfielder Marcos Llorente.
According to AS, Madrid are prepared to sell Llorente for €10-12m but only with a buyback clause.
The newspaper explains Sevilla will target Llorente if Steven N’Zonzi joins Unai Emery’s Arsenal, although keeping Swansea City-owned Roque Mesa is another option.
Betis would also be in the race for the 23-year-old, but Vice-President Lorenzo Serra Ferrer is said to be prioritising a deal for ex-Newcastle United loanee Mikel Merino.
Llorente only returned to Madrid from a loan spell with Alaves last summer but started just five times in La Liga during the 2017-18 campaign.