Loris Karius wants Liverpool to intervene in his difficult loan spell at Besiktas, according to reports today.
The German keeper is on loan in Turkey on a two-year deal from his parent club on Merseyside, but has so far enduring a torrid time.
Besiktas owe Karius up to four months in wages, and the player has reportedly taken legal action against the club.
Karius has also approached FIFA about helping him resolve the matter.
And now, with things at an impasse, it seems the goalkeeper has also come to Liverpool to ask for his loan spell to be cut short.
Karius is due to stay in the Turkish capital until 2020, and it remains to be seen whether or not Liverpool would want him to return so soon.
He does have potential suitors, though, with Eintracht Frankfurt and Fortuna Dusseldorf eager to bring him back to the Bundesliga.