The former Celtic striker signed a season long deal last month but is believed to be struggling to come to terms with training on the Tony Macaroni surface with an early severance in the interests of both parties.
The Sun reports:
Gary Holt’s side train and play on the Tony Macaroni’s plastic surface and that can have a big impact on a player’s body.
Stokes is set to hold talks with Livi chiefs in the next 24 hours in a bid to find a solution but an amicable parting of the ways is a possibility — leaving Holt back in the hunt for a striker to replace Lyndon Dykes.
Since leaving Celtic in May 2016, despite scoring twice for Hibs in the Scottish Cup Final, Stokes’ career has been on a downward spiral.
With three SPFL Premiership clubs playing on plastic it looks like Stokes will be on the move again with his six seasons at Celtic the longest spell at one club in his career.