The striker, who has 17 League goals to his name so far this term, is one of a number of Sevilla’s first team being increasingly linked with a summer departure, in light of the club’s perceived requirement to sell so as to service a €50m debt.
Dortmund, who are likely to lose Robert Lewandowski in the summer, have apparently already lined up an €18m bid for the 27-year-old, with negotiations between all parties described by Marca this week as ‘advanced’.
President Jose Maria del Nido revealed earlier this week that the striker costs Sevilla €6.3m a season in wages.
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