Milan Jovanovic has left Liverpool to join Anderlecht after a single season at the Anfield club.

The Reds confirmed on Friday that the out-of-favour forward had completed a deal to join the Belgian side.

Jovanovic, now 30, joined Liverpool on a free transfer from Standard Liege last summer, but he was unable to establish himself in the Premier League.

"Milan Jovanovic has today completed his move from Liverpool to Anderlecht," a statement on Liverpool's official Twitter page read.

Jovanovic, who had long been linked with Anderlecht, had been due to undergo a medical today after the two clubs agreed terms on Tuesday.

The skilful Serbian had been a huge success in Belgium with his previous club, boasting an impressive goals-per-game strike rate and catching the eye in the Champions League group stages in 2009.

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