Liverpool winger Lazar Markovic has been told to find a new club this summer according to Goal.
Per the source, the Serbia international has been told to find a new side for the second season in a row now.
Markovic did not feature in Saturday’s game at Chester.
The report claims that Fenerbahce and Anderlecht both want the 24-year-old.
Sources close to Galatasaray revealed to Turkish-Football that Markovic has been offered to the club through agents.
Lions boss Fatih Terim was considering to take on the winger but ruled against a move after signing Henry Onyekuru on loan from Everton.
The Istanbul based outfit are no longer interested in Markovic.
Galatasaray will compete in the Champions League next season and are keen on strengthening their squad before the European campaign.
The Reds could end up struggling to raise even a fraction of the £20m fee paid for the winger from Benfica in 2014 if he does leave.
The Istanbul based outfit were keen on a loan move until the end of the season after which Markovic would become a free agent.
Fenerbahce meanwhile have loaned Markovic in the past but his time at the club was disrupted due to injuries.
The winger spent the 2015-16 season on loan at the Yellow Canaries.
The Super Lig club are planning to make sweeping changes to the squad and attacking options.
Markovic could pose an attractive target if Liverpool are willing to let him leave on a free transfer or for a small fee.