Liverpool's no 2 Adrian is being linked with a return to his homeland as Real Betis eye a summer move.
The 33-year-old joined the Reds after being released by West Ham at the end of last season and has played a far greater role than he would've expected.
Alisson's injury in the season opener against Norwich meant Adrian had to deputise for several weeks.
He played a starring role as Liverpool beat Chelsea in Istanbul to win the UEFA Super Cup on penalties and ensured Jurgen Klopp's side failed to drop a point during his spell in between the sticks.
La Liga side Real Betis are now considering Adrian as a potential summer recruit, reports Estadio Deportivo.
Since Alisson's return the Spanish shot stopper has had to settle for appearances in the cup competitions.
The Brazilian is among the finest No 1s in the world and, should he stay fit, Adrian's first team opportunities will be limited which could lead to him considering a move away.
Real Betis currently have former Everton and Wigan shot stopper Joel Robles as their No 1 in Andalusia.
Dani Martin, who is La Roja's U21 keeper, also joined recently from Sporting Gijon but has struggled to settle at the Estadio Benito Villamarín.
Adrian came through the ranks at Betis before he departed for England's top flight in 2013 and has gone on to make 165 appearances for the Hammers and the champions elect.
Should he decide to end his Premier League career this summer he will almost certainly do so having helped the Reds win their first title for three decades.
An FA Cup medal and success in the Champions League are also still on the cards.