* Since this article was published, Debrecen have confirmed that the game is under investigation
According to the Danish newspaper Ekstra Bladet the Liverpool - Debrecan Champions League game from 2009 forms part of the European match-fixing scandal.
They suggest that the Debrecan keeper, Vucasin Poleksic of Montenegro, was bribed by criminal betting syndicates to ensure that he conceded 3 goals against Liverpool at Anfield. As it was Liverpool only won 1-0 in the fixture thanks to a Dirk Kuyt goal. (Read our match report from that game here)
Despite this newspaper article, a Liverpool FC spokesman has today said they have had no contact from UEFA or Europol on the matter.
The reds never made it out of the group stage in what was our last appearance in the Champions League, although we did reach the semi-final of the Europa League that year - in what would be Rafa Benitez' final season in charge.
A total of 680 matches worldwide are under scrutiny, and the newspaper also links the keeper with another Debrecan game in that group - in their match against Fiorentina. Fiorentina beat Debrecen 5-2 in Italy.