Guido Pizarro could return to Tigres this summer after falling out of favor with new Sevilla boss, Vincenzo Montella.
The holding midfielder started 12 games for his new club before Christmas, but has only seen six starts since the Italian replaced former manager Eduardo Berizzo on 28th December.
According to Futbol Total, Tigres tried to bring the 28-year-old back to El Volcan in January, but the two clubs could not reach a deal.
However, a return to Nuevo Leon is far from assured. Argentine giants Boca Juniors are also interested in the player’s services and — despite Pizarro’s affinity for Tigres — the player could be tempted by a return to his homeland.
Pizarro has recently forced himself into the reckoning for the Argentinian national side and could yet find himself part of the country’s squad for the upcoming World Cup in Russia.
It is unclear how much money Sevilla would demand for the player.