I'm a pessimist: I think Levy will want too much money (i.e. >£nil) for any of the clubs who might be interested in Soldado to contemplate in addition to having to pay Bobby's high wages, and so I think we'll be stuck with him next season. If that's the case I'd expect him to finish 2015/16 with less than 10 goals in all competitions. Ugh.
But I think realistically Levy is going to have to bite the bullet on this one
Soldado offers us nothing - we may as well have an academy striker on the bench as have him there
He has to go - he's arguably been our worst ever signing (in fact all things considered I'd say he is personally) and keeping him around only wastes our time and his
Some one in Spain would take him, and he'd do well there I am sure. I also think he would be reasonable with his wage demands just to end his nightmare here and get his career back on track. As you so the one stumbling block is what Levy will be prepared to sell him for. But there's always a loan with a fee back to Spain for example (at this rate he offers zero and won't be missed at all so just needs to be moved on and replaced with someone who can contribute)