Liverpool forward Milan Jovanovic is set to follow Paul Konchesky out of Anfield as Kenny Dalglish continues to overhaul his squad.
Paul Konchesky has left the Merseyside for Leicester in a £1.5 million deal after only one season at Liverpool.
Jovanovic, another player to have only enjoyed one campaign with the Reds, is reportedly surplus to requirements at the club and is set to join the left back out of the Liverpool exit door.
The Serbian joined on a Bosman free transfer from Standard Liege, but only went on to make 13 appearances for Liverpool, scoring 1 goal during his time at Anfield.
Dalglish is said to be keen to offload the player in an effort to free up funds and bring in other transfer targets on Merseyside.
Jovanovic is rumoured to be drawing interest from Anderlecht and Lille, and the 30-year-old confirmed he is keen to join either of them.
He said: "Lille, like Anderlecht, is a strong option.
“This is a good club, which plays at the top of French football, a high-level competition, and who will also play in the group stage of the Champions League. For me, that's interesting."
A potential stumbling block for Jovanovic, however, is his wages. The Serb is reported to be earning a substantial figure at Liverpool, and may have to take a large pay-cut in order to secure a move away from the Barclays Premier League this summer.