There has been a change of plans at Eibar which have opened the door to a potential exit for goalkeeper Marko Dmitrovic.
MARCA say that the club had considered their number one to be one of their key players who would not be sold under any circumstances, but that decision has now been revisited.
There is a need for the Basque team to invest in other departments of the squad following several other departures and Dmitrovic has been identified as one way in which the club could raise funds.
With Yoel Rodriguez and Asier Riesgo providing capable back-ups, it has been considered that there would be no need to spend money on a replacement between the sticks and as such he could be the solution to the club’s financial problems.
Dmitrovic has just returned from Russia, where he was an unused substitute as Serbia were knocked out in the group stages.
He now faces an uncertain future with Sevilla and Real Betis the clubs who have been most strongly linked with a move to sign him.
The two Seville clubs could enter a bidding war which would be exactly what Eibar are hoping to see in order to boost their budget, with the club having put a minimum price tag of six million euros on his head, though even that fee is lower than his 20 million euros release clause.