Borja González Tomás, commonly known as Borja arrived at Swansea City from Atletico Madrid in 2016.

In his debut season, the 26-year-old scored only one goal and the next season he was sent on loan to Malaga, where he scored two goals, and spent the last campaign on loan at Alaves where he found the back of the net on five occasions.

During the 2014/15 season, the forward scored 22 times for Real Zaragoza and the next term, he netted 18 times for Eibar in La Liga.

This convinced the Welsh club to make an approach for the attacker, but things didn’t go to plan.

He has one year left on his contract at the Liberty Stadium and AS now claim the Spaniard wants to leave the Swans in the summer transfer window. He wants to disassociate himself from his parent club completely.

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Borja is a ‘great objective’ and ‘great goal’ for Zaragoza and even though his idea is to play for a club in the first division, the option to return to Zaragoza ‘seduces’ him, which is enough to take the Zaragoza option into consideration.

Zaragoza, who are in the Segunda Division, are planning to restructure their attacking division and the Swansea owned player is the ‘main objective’ in the summer.

They also manage other names, but the report states Borja leads the list of targets as of now.

Time should tell if Zaragoza can re-sign Borja this summer.