According to Globo Esporte, Liverpool midfielder Allan is set to continue his stint with Brazilian club Fluminense.
Apparently, an agreement has been reached between the two clubs for Allan to continue with the Rio de Janeiro-based side.
The Brazil U20 international was signed in 2015 from Internacional and has endured a frustrating time at Anfield.
Allan has been unable to secure a work permit since moving to England and has already had six loan moves.
The box-to-box ace will now spend the next six months in his homeland in Brazil, where he has been since February.
The Brazilian league finishes in December, and the idea is for the 22-year-old to try and get regular football until the end of the season.
Allan will certainly be frustrated about the work permit problem, but it will be down to him to play out of his skin for Fluminense to show he deserves one.
He has gradually begun to get more game time for the club and will be hoping to show his potential in the next six months.
Allan was praised as ‘an outstanding talent’ by Jurgen Klopp in 2016 (The Liverpool Echo).
The promise is there, but he really does have his work cut out since the regulations to obtain a work permit were tightened around the time of him signing for the Reds.
This article was most recently revised and updated 3 years ago