After two years with the London club, Spurs are keen to sell the striker to the Spaniards for £15m less than they originally paid according to the Daily Mirror.
Daniel Levy, Tottenham's chairman, is set to agree a fee of £11m for the 30-year-old Spanish striker, who scored only seven Premier League goals since his arrival in 2013, with three of them being penalties.
The Europa League holders are keen to bring Soldado back to La Liga and are reportedly happy to match his current £40,000-a-week wage packet.
The striker would also get a chance to play in the Champions League, as Sevilla qualified for the group stages after winning Europe's second tier club competition last season.
Soldado may well be joined in exiting Tottenham by Younes Kaboul, Federico Fazio and Vlad Chiriches, who are also linked with White Hart Lane departures.
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