Liverpool winger in talks with a move back to Turkish club.
Premier League side Liverpool FC has reportedly agreed to sell Lazar Markovic to Turkish giants Fenerbahce for a possible loan stint.
Reports have suggested that The Reds have reportedly received an offer for the Serbian international and might consider agreeing to the deal.
The Serbian signed for Liverpool for a fee of 20 million from Portugese club SL Benfica, but failed to live up to his price tag and failed to deliver at Anfield.
— Lazar Marković (@LMarkec50) 5 July 2017
The 23 year old has been loaned three times by LFC at Hull City, Sporting Lisbon and also to Fenerbahce previously. Markovic, is already out of favor at Liverpool FC and with Jurgen Klopp bringing in Mohammed Salah and Alex Oxlaide Chamberlain and with the likes of Coutinho, Mane and Lallana still a part of the team, it is very unlikely that Markovic will even make it into the Liverpool squad anytime soon.
The PL transfer window might have shut down, but that does not mean that Markovic cannot join the Turkish Lig Club, as the transfer window for the Turkish teams will open till September 8, thus allowing Markovic to leave on loan.
The former Benfica star however is named by Jurgen Klopp in his Liverpool FC squad, which means he might get some game time this season for The Reds.
During his time at Turkey, he made 14 appearances so it won’t be tough for the Serbian to adapt to the Turkish league. Fener, are looking to bring in Markovic for one year at least but the deal will include an option to sign him permanently. Aykut Kocaman’s side are willing to offer a bid of 20 million for the 23 year old winger.