Liverpool find themselves in a promising position to challenge for the title having enjoyed such a strong start to proceedings.
Jurgen Klopp continues to work wonders at Anfield as he chases down the elusive trophy that has evaded him so far. Although, the Reds did suffer heartbreak on the transfer front recently, as according to Goal.com, Lazar Markovic’s supposed move to Anderlecht fell through.
Lazar Markovic’s proposed deal with Anderlecht collapsed at the transfer deadline.
The Reds would have received £2.9 million (€3.3 million/$3.9 million) for Markovic from the Belgian club, where he had spent the second half of the 2017-2018 season on loan.
Indeed, the Serbian had turned down a move to Greek side PAOK to pave the way for his Anderlecht return, but he was unable to agree to personal terms despite flying to Belgium on a private plane to complete the deal.
The Liverpool midfielder has been shipped out on loan in season’s gone by as a permanent exit edged closer. But, things broke down at the last as his supposed move to Belgium fell through, despite him flying out on a private plane.
So, the Reds are left to suffer having missed out on the sale of the Serbian, who is surplus to requirements at Anfield.
Jurgen Klopp will now have to wait until the January transfer window to offload the 23-year-old.