According to Reports in Spain claimed Barcelona have offered Liverpool the opportunity to re-sign the Brazilian attacking midfielder Philippe Coutinho.
Don't get excited just yet though.
AS claim the Spanish club have offered the Brazilian star back to the Reds to avoid forking out €50m they still owe from his 2018 move to Barcelona.
There is only problem with that is they don't owe it to the English club as the Reds sold the debt to a third party, so offering Philippe Coutinho to Jurgen Klopp's side would be the same as offering him to any other club to raise funds.
And Jurgen Klopp could feasibly bring the playmaker back into the fold as he looks to steer his side to silverware next time out.
Liverpool, despite their Premier League and Champions League success in recent seasons, are yet to actually invest in a like-for-like replacement.
Speaking last year, Liverpool legend Phil Thompson insisted Coutinho would be a good asset for the Reds if he was to return.
"They are probably looking at that creative midfield player,” he said at the time.
"I think he’s a creative genius. You look back at his Liverpool career and he was absolutely terrific. He’s not too old and I still think he could come back.
"It probably won’t happen but it’s that creative player just off the front three that would probably just tip the balance."
Klopp previously admitted he respected Coutinho’s decision to join Barcelona, but had wanted him to stay at the time.
"I really respected Phil's switch from the first second," the German told the Pure Football Podcast at the time.
"Not that I do that all the time but it felt oh wow that could be difficult.
“Would you take Coutinho back? I would, in a heartbeat.