Porto are reportedly contemplating whether to end the loan period of West Ham United winger Felipe Anderson.
When winning the race to sign the Brazil international during the summer transfer window, the deal was regarded as a considerable coup for the Portuguese side.
However, the 27-year-old has been restricted to two substitute appearances against Sporting Lisbon and Pacos de Ferreira.
According to Record, Porto will look to end Anderson's stay if they are able to get a deal for Hulk over the link.
The forward, now 34 years of age, is allegedly keen to return to a club which he last represented in 2012.
A recent rule change means that Anderson can play for a third club this season, providing that West Ham and Porto reach a positive conclusion during negotiations.