Dedryck Boyata's Celtic future has been the subject of much interest for most of the summer.
The Belgium defender, who impressed during the World Cup in Russia, has less than a year to go on his contract at Parkhead.
It has been reported several times that Celtic and the 27-year-old had began negotiations over an extension, but things seem to have taken a turn for the worst recently.
And has the man himself just offered a huge hint that a resolution is close?
The Record reported on Saturday that Sevilla had joined the race to sign him, and The Scottish Sun claimed last night that the former Manchester City centre-back 'liked' a post on Instagram which suggested that he join the Spanish side.
In addition to that, Boyata - who earns around £14,000 per week in Glasgow [Daily Star] - has also began to follow Sevilla on the social networking site and it does not look very promising for Celtic with regards to keeping him.
It remains to be seen whether he goes this month or in January, but Rodgers absolutely needs a top-drawer replacement if he loses him during the summer transfer window.
The Northern Irish manager would only have Jozo Simunovic, Kristoffer Ajer, Jack Hendry and Marvin Compper as centre-back options, which is enough in regards to numbers, but certainly not in regards to quality.