According to Ukrainian website sportanalytic.com, Haruna does not have a good relationship with manager Oleg Blokhin and wants to leave the club. He has reportedly handed in a transfer request to club CEO Igor Surkis.
Seville have opened a line of communication with Haruna’s representatives.
The next step is for both parties to agree terms before Seville approach Kiev to negotiate a deal.
The midfielder previously played for AS Monaco until 2011 before moving to Dynamo Kiev.
He has been capped for Nigeria at U-17 and U-20 levels as well as representing the Super Eagles at the 2010 World Cup.