Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane reportedly intends to give goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois one chance to save his Bernabeu career.
The Belgium international has failed to justify his £35m transfer fee since joining from Chelsea last August and has spent more than a month out of the side.
Courtois's absence since Zidane took charge six weeks ago has been put down to a troublesome injury, but he is now back in full training and is in contention to feature against Getafe on Thursday.
According to The Mirror, Zidane intends to use the 26-year-old in one of Los Blancos' remaining five matches, possibly against Getafe.
Keylor Navas, Madrid's first-choice keeper during the Frenchman's first spell in charge, has started the Spanish giants' last four matches, while Luca Zidane has also been used since Courtois last featured on March 10.