Europa League holders Sevilla are among sides showing interest in FC Porto forward Adrian Lopez, according to Record.
The Spaniard is desperate to leave the Dragons after a disappointing start to his career in Portugal and a return to La Liga looks likely.
Record has claimed that Sevilla are the latest side to show interest in the talented forward, with Real Betis, Deportivo La Coruna and Celta Vigo also keen.
The problem is that FC Porto plan to recoup a large portion of the money invested in the player, having paid €11 million for 60 percent of his rights just a year ago.
Despite playing an important role in what was one of the most successful seasons in Atletico Madris’ history, Adrian was unable to prove his worth at Estadio do Dragao.
The Spain international only amassed nine league appearances, scoring the only goal this term in a 6-0 Champions League win over BATE Borisov.