Arsenal and Man United are reportedly set to be snubbed by Juventus striker Fernando Llorente with Athletic Bilbao looking to seal a reunion.
The Premier League duo as well as Sevilla have all been linked with making a move for the Spaniard, although it appears that his hometown club could well now be favourites to sign him this summer.
Llorente has seen himself pushed down the pecking order in Turin after the arrival of Mario Mandzukic and with Alvaro Morata already regarded as being ahead of him.
As a result, he has been forced to consider his options ahead of the new campaign as he will not want to spend the majority of the season on the bench.
According to Tuttomercatoweb, as reported by Football Italia, Llorente could be returning to Bilbao just two years after leaving to join Juve.
The 30-year-old certainly has plenty left in the tank to play a role at the right club, and a return to familiar surroundings could be the move he needs to reignite his career. Particularly with Euro 2016 fast approaching, it may well be time for the Spaniard to move on.