The former Valencia man was bought for a pricey £26 million two seasons ago, but has failed to impress at White Hart Lane, struggling to adapt to the English game.
Despite his struggles, Soldado’s torrid time in England may be coming to an end, as Spanish club Sevilla have made an enquiry.
For Soldado and Spurs, a move back to Spain would suit both parties, although the forward’s poor form means he is likely to be sold at a modest price, meaning Spurs would be making a financial loss.
The Europa League winners have identified a number of transfer targets, as they look to capitalise on their European glory last term.
So far they have secured the services of Yevhen Konoplyanka from Dnipro, as well as Steven Nzonzi from Stoke City.
As well as monitoring Soldado, they have shown interest in Javier Hernandez, who has also caught the eye of West Ham.
However, the aim for Spurs will surely be to see this deal through, as they themselves need the money in order to improve their striking options before the Premier League season begins.