Christian Poulsen is being tipped to sensationally leave Liverpool in January - just five months after joining the club.
The Dane moved to Anfield from Juventus for £4.5 million in the summer and represented one of Roy Hodgson's first major signings after taking over the reigns at Liverpool.
Poulsen and Hodgson had previously worked together at FC Copenhagen a decade ago, and the 30-year-old was earmarked by the Liverpool boss as a replacement for former Reds midfielder Javier Mascherano after the latter joined Barcelona.
However, Poulsen has since fallen down the pecking order at Anfield and - according to Goal.com - new Liverpool director of football strategy Damien Comolli does not believe the midfielder has a future at the club.
Goal.com continue to report that Hodgson is willing to let Camolli have his way as long as the Frenchman can make assurances that a player of greater quality will replace Poulsen at Anfield.
Liverpool have supposedly yet to receive any interest in the former Sevilla ace, although they apparently expect to recoup the majority of their outlay in what is sure to be a busy January at Anfield.