Lazar Markovic will be allowed to leave Liverpool on loan this summer.
The Serbian winger featured heavily in the pre-season, but has failed to break into the matchday squad for any of our three games so far this season. James Pearce in the Echo writes that Klopp believes the player’s development would be better served by another season out on loan.
The 22-year-old spent last season with Turkish side Fenerbahce, but didn’t get as much game time as he would have liked after a series of hamstring injuries.
It is thought the decision to allow him to leave is being primarily driven by our lack of European football. We played 63 games last season but are unlikely to reach 50 games this term.
He has previously been linked with Sporting Lisbon, but the article claims AC Milan are now the most interested party.
Markovic signed for £20 million in the summer of 2014 but never really established himself in the first team under Rodgers.