Liverpool youngster Joao Carlos Teixeira has been made available for loan, after his short-term stint at Brentford was ended early by the League One outfit, reports talkSPORT.
The 20-year-old midfielder only joined the west London club last month, and made two substitute appearances for Uwe Rosler's side.
However, the Portuguese youth international is now back at Anfield, training with Liverpool's development squad, after his spell at Griffin Park was terminated after just 28 days.
"Unfortunately we were not able to give Joao the opportunity to demonstrate his obvious talent," Bees sporting director Mark Warburton told the club's official website.
"I would like to place on record our appreciation to Frank McParland and the Liverpool staff for allowing Joao to spend some time with us."
Reds boss Brendan Rodgers is ready to allow Teixeira to leave Merseyside again, in a bid to give the talented starlet more experience of playing regular first-team football in England.
Liverpool have been excellent in nurturing and developing up and coming talent over the past few seasons, and under Rodgers's stewardship there has been a clear route from the club's academy through to the first-team.
Raheem Sterling and Andre Wisdom are the latest examples of promising young players to make a breakthrough at senior level, with both players having been involved in the Premier League this season.