According to reports, Brisbane Roar FC could host a La Liga side in a pre-season friendly.
Last July, La Liga outfit Malaga arrived in Australia to face Adelaide United and Perth Glory as part of the LFP World Challenge, an initiative funded by Liga de Futbol Profesional and the Spanish government to take Spain and its football to the world.
The Spanish club defeated the Reds 5-1 at Adelaide Oval and drew 1-1 in Perth.
This year, Valencia, Sevilla or Villareal have been touted to face the reigning Hyundai A-League champions in Brisbane in May or June as part of the 2015 LFP World Challenge, reports the Courier Mail ( http://www.foxsports.com.au/football/a-league/valencia-sevilla-or-villarreal-are-likely-to-set-up-a-friendly-with-brisbane-roar-in-off-season/story-e6frf4gl-1227226007491 ).
A second game against Hyundai A-League opposition has also been mooted for whichever Spanish club tours.
The La Liga tour would add to an already impressive off-season calendar across Australia.
EPL side Spurs are rumoured to have a game lined up in Sydney, while Roar are confirmed to play Liverpool at Suncorp on July 17. The English giants will also play Adelaide United three days later.
And Real Madrid, Manchester City and Roma will face each other in the International Champions Cup (ICC) at the MCG, a tournament shown live on the Nine Network in mid-late July.