Liverpool have started their new season in gallant fashion, having drawn one while winning two of their first three matches in the Premier League. They are currently in the second position on the league table and are looking to make it another good season, having clinched a fourth position finish in the last term to book a spot in the Champions League in this one.
The man in charge at Anfield, Jurgen Klopp, has always been emphasizing on strengthening their attack and has got some of the best forwards in Europe at his disposal in the form of Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino.
They, along with Daniel Sturridge and Emre Can, have looked destructive against every opponent so far faced by the Reds and will definitely look to carry on in their merry way in the forthcoming days as well.
However, this development for the team has proved to be not so good for some players like Lazar Markovic, who has not featured in the attack for Liverpool for a considerable amount of time. The player was sent on loan to play for the then Premier League club Hull City in the last term and is set to go on another loan spell to his former club Fenerbahce, for which he played on a season long loan in 2015.
The 23-year-old player did not have a good time since his move from Benfica to Liverpool in 2014 and has been sent on loan spells to clubs like Fenerbahce, Sporting Lisbon and Hull City in consecutive seasons so far. This trend is once again going to repeat itself as the player is set to join the former Turkish Super Lig champions Fenerbahce on another season long loan stint.
The Serbian attacker has so far appeared 34 times for the Merseyside outfit in his tenure and has not been considered as a part of the plan by the present coach Jurgen Klopp since his arrival at Anfield. However, the right winger has gathered a considerable amount of experience in playing in a number of leagues all over Europe and is expected to use that in Turkey.
Markovic is no stranger to ways of the Turkish club Fenerbahce, where he went on loan earlier in 2015 for some much needed first team exposure. He made 21 appearances for them throughout the season and scored two goals, besides laying down three important assists for his teammates to score goals.
Liverpool will that the player will be able to improve that record in his forthcoming stint with the club in the new season. But do you think Lazar has a future at Anfield?
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