Liverpool winger Mark Gonzalez is considering making him available for Chile again.
Gonzalez quit playing for Chile last June after he was sent home from their tour of Europe in May for a breach of discipline.
Chile coach Nelson Acosta sent Gonazlez and team-mate Reinaldo Navia home from the tour after three girls were discovered in their room 24 hours after a friendly with Republic of Ireland.
Gonzalez insisted he would not play for his country again while Acosta remained in charge, but the player's agent revealed the president of the Chilean Football Association Harold Mayne Nicholls had held talks with Gonzalez about returning to the national team.
"Harold has a good relationship with Mark," said Gonzalez's agent Cristian Ogalde.
"They know each other since they had been at Universidad Catolica and trust a lot in each other.
"Mark trusts very much in Mayne Nicholls and they have been having conversations every day about the chance of having him playing again for the national team.
"I think that everything is OK for Mark's return to the team.
"Mark wants to return to the national team, he has always said that.
"He has been absent because of a problem with the coach Nelson Acosta but he has told me in the last few days that even if Acosta would return to his position Mark would accept to play for Chile anyway."