Aspas has been linked with a loan switch away from Anfield when the transfer window reopens in January with Real Betis credited with an interest in his services.
The 25-year-old has struggled for form since joining Liverpool from Celta Vigo in the summer and has yet to score for the Reds in eight appearances.
It remains to be seen if Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers would consider loaning out Aspas with the Anfield chief short of attacking options as a result of Daniel Sturridge's ankle injury.
Aspas' agent, Jose Rodriguez Baster, has confirmed several clubs have expressed an interest in the forward, but that Liverpool will make the final decision on his future.
"In two weeks I have a meeting in Liverpool with the Liverpool directors to analyse the future of Iago Aspas in January," Rodriguez Baster told Sky Sports.
"Up to now the news in the papers is simply rumours.
"Some clubs have made enquiries, but the decision will be made by the directors at Liverpool."