The Daily Star understands that Steven Gerrard is heading back to Liverpool, though only to train.
The thirty-five year old left the Merseyside club after seventeen years in their first team in the summer, signing a deal with LA Galaxy.
With the MLS season now over, there was talk of the midfielder returning to his club on a short-team loan deal, though he has categorically ruled that out.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp recently stated that the former Reds’ skipper was welcome to Melwood at any time.
During his time at Anfield, Gerrard racked up over seven hundred appearances for the club in all competitions, scoring one hundred and eighty-six goals and winning two FA Cups, three League Cups, the UEFA Cup and most famously the Champions League in 2005.
Internationally, he won one hundred and fourteen caps for England, scoring twenty-one goals while he featured for them at five major tournaments.