Sergio Reguilon is set to complete a season-long loan to Sevilla in the next 24 hours.
According to reports in Marca, the Real Madrid defender has travelled to Andalucia to complete his long awaited switch to the Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan.
The 22-year old has already agreed terms, with his former boss at the Santiago Bernabeu, Julen Lopetegui, and will undergo a medical before signing on for 12 months.
The report states there is no rumour of Sevilla retaining either a compulsory or optional purchase option over the Spanish U21 international, with Real Madrid still keen to keep him at the club.
Reguilon made 22 appearances in his debut season with the Real Madrid first team, primarily under Santiago Solari, however the return of Zinedine Zidane saw his place taken by veteran Brazilian international Marcelo.
Zidane has since added French left back Ferland Mendy to the squad, with Marcelo moving to back up, and Reguilon's starting chances significantly reduced.
Both sides have been active in the transfer market, with further moves expected ahead of the La Liga kick off on August 18.