Liverpool forward Iago Aspas will hold talks with the club over his future ahead of the January transfer window, according to the Spanish star's agent, Jose Rodriguez Baster.
Sky Sports reports how the 25-year-old has been linked with a loan move away from Merseyside, after struggling to cement his place in the Reds first-team.
Brendan Rodgers had high hopes for Aspas after paying £7million to bring him to Anfield during the summer, but the former Celta Vigo star has so far failed to live up to expectations.
Aspas is yet to score for Liverpool, despite making eight appearances in all competitions this season, but might be prevented from leaving on loan, following the recent injury to in-form striker Daniel Sturridge.
With Real Betis reportedly interested in bringing the forward back to La Liga, Aspas's representatives will sit down with Liverpool officials to discuss the possibility of a January loan move.
"In two weeks I have a meeting in Liverpool with the Liverpool directors to analyse the future of Iago Aspas in January," Rodriguez Baster explained. "Up to now the news in the papers is simply rumours.
"Some clubs have made enquiries, but the decision will be made by the directors at Liverpool."