Fernando Gago is keen to end his Real Madrid misery by securing a return to former employers Boca Juniors.
The Argentine midfielder has struggled to find his feet in Spain since arriving in a big-money deal back in 2006.
Real splashed out around €20million at the time for a player considered to be among the most exciting in South America.
Gaga has flattered to deceive, however, and has gradually slipped down the pecking order at Santiago Bernabeu.
Now deemed surplus to requirements by Jose Mourinho, he is keen to move on.
A switch to England with Liverpool was touted, with Gago welcoming the reports, but the Reds have cooled their interest since landing Charlie Adam and Jordan Henderson.
It now appears that the 25-year-old has set his heart on heading back to his homeland.
Gago's agent, Marcelo Lombilla, told Ole: "Fernando's wish is to return to Boca and that is what we are going to try and get.
"You can see how much desire he has to go back. It is such that I still can't believe he would give up so much money."