West Ham midfielder Pablo Fornals could be nearing an exit from east London, it has been reported by ExWHUEmployee.

The Spaniard, who arrived at the club in 2019 has become a fan favourite at the club, however in recent months has found playing time very much limited.

As has been reported by Ex previously, the player has been keen on a move back to his native Spain, and it appears a dream move for Fornals could well be on the cards.

“Pablo Fornals could be getting closer to getting his dream move back to Spain,” stated Ex on The West Ham Way Podcast.

“There has been a lot of interest over there for the player with both Seville clubs: Real Betis and Sevilla showing interest.

“It appears that Betis are leading the way with the fact that our former manager Manuel Pellegrini is their manager and he was in fact the man that originally bought Fornals to East London.

“The Spanish side hope to complete this signing this window. This could free up further funds and if Benrahma can be sold it raises the chances of us signing both Osman and Jota the two original targets.

“The main problem for the deal could be however the financial situations of both Spanish teams who apparently do not have much of a budget and would prefer a loan deal.”

Ex will be keeping fans up to date on the situation as it develops, on The West Ham Way Patreon.