Spain attacker only joined the Reds last summer.
New Liverpool front man Iago Aspas is already said to be weighing up his future with the Premier League giants, just months after first arriving on Merseyside from La Liga, according to reports in the Daily Star.
The Spaniard joined the Reds from Liga strugglers Celta de Vigo in June on a five-year deal for a fee of £7.7 million, however, it is fair to say that Aspas has found it desperately hard to settle so far at the club.
Aspas has featured in just the six Premier League matches in total to date under head coach Brendan Rodgers, without having yet scored his first goal for his new team, although he has created one assist along the way.
However, it is understood that the 26-year-old, who is currently out injured after tearing a thigh muscle in training last month and is not expected to be back in action much before December, is now considering his future at Liverpool, with the striker thinking about possibly moving back to La Liga on loan in January.
Valencia were interested in the forward last summer before he opted to move to the Reds instead, and it is believed that los Che would be willing to take the player on a six-month loan deal come the new year.