Europa League champions Sevilla are set to wrap up the deal for Hannover midfielder Hiroshi Kiyotake, Bild has suggested.
Los Rojiblancos will be playing Champions League football next season and they clearly want to reinforce the squad in the summer transfer window.
According to Bild, the first deal is already on the horizon as it is only a matter of time before Japanese winger Hiroshi Kiyotake signs a deal with the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan outfit.
Namely, Sevilla have decided to match the player’s €6.5 million release clause and chances are the player will have no objections to joining one of Europe’s most successful sides in recent years.
With Hannover having suffered relegation to the second division, Kiyotake is set to leave the 96ers for greener pastures.
The Japan hotshot was the only bright spot in an otherwise largely disappointing campaign for Hannover, scoring 5 goals and laying off another 6 in just 21 Bundesliga fixtures.