Liverpool could bolster their attacking options in January by recalling Divock Origi from his loan spell at Lille, as reported by the Daily Star.
The Belgian international was signed by Liverpool shortly after his exertions at the World Cup in Brazil, with the Anfield club paying Lille £10 million to buy him on a permanent basis.
However, as part of the agreement they had to accept a loan move for Origi from his former club, with the intention that the striker would only properly join the Reds at the end of the current season.
This was intended to give Origi more playing time.
However, with Liverpool struggling for goals since the start of the season, and Origi on good form, there have been questions about whether it would be sensible to bring him back.
Reports now suggest that Origi could move back to Merseyside in January if Liverpool, Lille and Origi all agree that a termination of his loan makes the most sense.