Fernando Llorente’s goal for Tottenham Hotspur against Manchester City in the second leg of the Champions League quarter-final helped his side seal a berth in the semi-final of the competition.

The former Swansea City man’s contract with the north London club will expire at the end of the season.

Despite having ‘several interesting proposals’ to leave the Premier League club in January, the striker decided to stay with Spurs until the end of the season.

His future beyond this campaign remains uncertain and earlier in the season, the 34-year-old admitted on several occasions that his desire to return to Athletic Club Bilbao.

Llorente left the Basque club in 2013 and a year later, forward Iñaki Williams was promoted to the first team.

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The two haven’t played together, but the latter has admitted the Spaniard would be welcomed to rejoin Bilbao in the summer.

“I do not have much relation with Llorente because we did not play together at Athletic [Bilbao],” Williams told Onde Cero, as quoted by Mundo Deportivo.

“I am very happy for him because he has scored an important goal to get [Tottenham] into the semi-final of the Champions League. He will be welcome; if he decides to come here, for Bilbao.”

With Harry Kane out on the sidelines due to injury, Mauricio Pochettino will be hoping that Llorente can once again help Tottenham, this time to overcome Ajax, to reach the Champions League final.