Forgotten Reds forward Divock Origi is reportedly being lined up for a move to Juventus in January, according to Italian site Calcio Mercato.
The Belgian is yet to make an appearance in a red shirt this season and has made the bench just once, so for the Italian giants to be interested is something of a surprise.
The report says Juve boss Max Allegri sees him as back-up for Cristiano Ronaldo, which would be some gulf between first and second choice. Juve do also have Croatian striker Mario Mandzukic among their ranks.
Origi has also been linked with a move to Wolves or Everton, and moves there seem more likely, but it does appear he has no future at Anfield.
There was a spell where he looked the real deal under Jurgen Klopp, but since then has struggled for form. Wherever he ends up, we wish him all the best.