Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge could force his exit from the club after a huge lack of game time following the emergence of the 'Fab Four'.
Sturridge has hardly had a look in since Jurgen Klopp came in as manager in 2015 - the last team he featured prominently at Anfield was when he was part of the SAS frontline with Luis Suarez.
This season he has been on the periphery once again, with the Reds' quartet of Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino, Philippe Coutinho and new signing Mohamed Salah taking centre stage.
Those stars have been at the heart of everything good about Liverpool this season, which has made it difficult for Klopp to include Sturridge in his plans - and now, the star could look elsewhere for game time ahead of the World Cup next summer.
As quoted by the Mirror, Klopp said: "Physically, Daniel is in the best shape since I came. But, obviously, there are a few players around him who are not that bad as well!
"I was really happy with his impact when he came on in the game at Brighton - a lot of strikers in his situation would have shot when he passed to Sadio. With the fantastic level the team plays, that’s how it should be. For all the training sessions, he’s always in and always spot-on.
The German coach was coy about the possibility of the former Chelsea man moving on though, and added: "At the moment, there is absolutely nothing to say about the transfer window because tomorrow there could be one injury and Daniel could play the next five or six games."