Vicente Iborra has reportedly made the decision to push for a move back to Spain in January after failing to settle at Leicester. The 30-year-old has struggled for game time this season, making just six appearances in all competitions, and looks set to be offered the chance to return to his homeland in the new year by Levante.
According to reports in Spain, his lack of action this term has made him long for home and will be looking to leave when the transfer window reopens.
The midfielder began his career with Levante, making over 100 appearances before moving onto Sevilla in 2013. Iborra still has two-and-a-half-years left on the contract he signed when making the switch from Andalusia to Leicester for 15million euros in the summer of 2016.
It would appear unlikely a club of Levante’s size could afford to purchase Iborra but a loan deal with a view to a permanent switch could appeal to the Foxes.