The Spanish forward is seemingly fed up with his lack of playing time.
Liverpool came out on top ahead of many suitors in the chase to sign the talented Spaniard forward Iago Aspas last summer. They ended up paying Celta Vigo a fee in the region of £7.7 million for his services in June 2013 but Aspas struggled in his debut England term.
The physical nature of English football did not agree with Aspas who only managed 15 games and one goal for Liverpool last term before being shipped out on loan to Sevilla this campaign.
It has certainly been an eventful spell at the Sanchez Pizjuan. He has scored seven goals for the club, but none in La Liga. In fact six of those goals came courtesy of double hat-tricks in the Copa Del Rey against Sabadell.
But in La Liga he is barely getting a look in, playing just 79 minutes of football.
In Sevilla's last game, it all came to a head.
Aspas was keen to come on and face his former club Celta at the weekend, but manager Unai Emery again left him on the bench instead opting for Kevin Gameiro to replace Carlos Bacca and Aspas went off on a rant directed at his loan boss.
Aspas was visibly seen shouting at his manager, quoted now by Inside Spanish Football as saying: "Always the same subs, come on!”
The incident has been caught on camera and the Liverpool striker is now likely to be in hot water with his current occupiers.