The 21-year-old had been a key man for the Robins until his late attendance for training one day last week, and is now set to return to Liverpool.
Liverpool goalkeeper Lawrence Vigouroux has been recalled from his loan spell at Swindon Town according to reports in the Mail.
The 21-year-old had featured in every one of the Robins' league matches this season until missing the defeat to Colchester United at the weekend.
It has now seemingly emerged that the reason the youngster was left out of the starting lineup by Mark Cooper was over an incident in relation to the goalkeeper turning up late to training one day. In line with the club's disciplinary procedure, Vigouroux was fined £50, and according to the Mail, spoken to by staff and senior players at the club about his overall discipline.
However, the promising stopper went on to pay his fine in pennies, leading to him being dropped by Cooper for Tyrell Belford against the U's.
Vigouroux joined Swindon on loan for the season as Liverpool faced the Wiltshire side in a pre-season friendly, with the League One side looking for a replacement for Wes Foderingham after the 24-year-old moved to Rangers in the summer.
He originally arrived at Anfield after coming through the academy ranks at Tottenham, moving from North London alongside fellow Swindon loanee Kevin Stewart.
Though there is no official confirmation from either club about the cancellation of the player's loan, Brendan Rodgers may well look to send Vigouroux out on another loan, but surely not before giving him a stern talk about his behaviour.