Sevilla would be interested in offering Bryan Gil a way out of Tottenham this summer but may need to get real about the price they think they can pay for him.

Vamos Mi Sevilla cover the forward today ahead of a summer in which it looks likely his future at Tottenham will be a major topic.

The Spaniard has barely featured for Spurs since arriving from Sevilla three years ago, instead spending his time at the club out on various loan deals, one of them with his former club.

Several reports indicate he’s had enough and has now made it clear to Tottenham that if he’s not a part of their plans, he wants a permanent exit this year.

Vamos Mi Sevilla back this up, stating Gil will only leave this summer ‘if it is definitive’ and has made a return to Sevilla one of his ‘priorities’ if that should happen.

Those in charge in Nervión would be happy to bring him back, particularly after their good experience with him on loan last season, but it would be a matter of cost.

The Spanish side are short on money, to say the least, but the website argues that a deal could be struck for €6m, which Sevilla would see as a major bargain. Given his age and potential, they believe they could make a big future profit on him.

It’s all a little delusional, though. For a start, there’s no chance Tottenham let the 23-year-old go for €6m after paying €25m for him, especially when his current contract runs until 2026.

And even €6m seems a lot for Sevilla, who have been crying poverty for months and made it clear they need to sell before Victor Orta can do even the most basic of deals this summer.

Perhaps they’ve received encouragement from Gil and that’s led to a bit of excitement, but this deal seems a little delusional at this point.