Adam Bogdan's disappointing Liverpool career could already be coming to an end.
The Hungarian has been wretched in his last two displays for the club, conceding soft goals against Watford and Exeter City, with the Reds failing to win either match.
Manager Jurgen Klopp has decided to recall 22-year-old Danny Ward from his loan at Aberdeen, where he has impressed and become a key part of a side which has been challenging Celtic for the title.
The Aberdeen Press & Journal reported the news, describing it as 'miserable' for the Scottish Premiership side.
Liverpool's first choice goalkeeper Simon Mignolet has been struggling with an injury, and rolling Bogdan out again is a bleak thought for the Reds, who face league leaders Arsenal at Anfield this week, and Danny Ward could go straight into the side.
Bogdan, 28, had a reputation at Bolton for howlers, despite showing ability to save penalties, it was a surprise when Brendan Rodgers elected to sign him even on a free transfer in the summer.
The decision to bring back Ward shows Jurgen Klopp's patience has already worn thin with him, and really, how much worse can he be?