Arsenal and Tottenham could be set to cash in on stories of money troubles at Sevilla - with January moves for Jesus Navas and Alvaro Negredo.
It has been reported that the Spanish club need to sell their star players in January to raise vital funds.
That could allow north London rivals Arsenal and Spurs to rekindle their interest in two of Sevilla's brightest talents.
The Gunners were constantly linked with a move for £20m-rated ace Navas while Spurs reportedly failed in a deadline-day move for striker Negredo.
But with the La Liga side's apparent need to sell, the Premier League pair may be able to negotiate the a cut-price deal in January, according to Radio Sevilla.
Right-winger Navas said: "I'm happy at Sevilla but if an offer arrives, we'll see. You always want to improve."
Negredo said: "I will continue at Sevilla until the president and I decide."