‘New scenario’ appears for Tottenham player, transfer could happen in January or next summer

After Tottenham Hotspur’s Champions League win over PSV Eindhoven, Fernando Llorente admitted that he wants to return to Spain as he is in his final year of his contract at the north London club.
On November 8th, the striker revealed that he is “suffering a bit” to see his former club Athletic Bilbao struggle and his possibility of rejoining the Basque club is discussed in today’s edition of AS.
Josu Urrutia is the president at San Memes and his term will be over before the end of this calendar year.
The former Swansea City man did not contemplate re-signing for them if the current chief was still in charge.
It’s claimed a ‘new scenario’ appears for the 2010 World Cup winner as the frontman could be an ‘electoral trick’ for the potential candidates and could return to Bilbao in January or after the end of the end of this season. 
AS suggests it is still not clear if Llorente will renew his contract with Spurs. Having been restricted to 40 minutes on the pitch over four matches in all competitions, it looks unlikely the Spaniard would sign an extension.
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