Liverpool have confirmed that winger Lazar Markovic has completed a loan move to Turkish outfit Fenerbahce.
The Serbian winger made 34 appearances and scored three goals for Liverpool following his arrival from Benfica last summer.
A statement on the club's official website read: "Lazar Markovic has completed a season-long loan switch to Fenerbahce, Liverpool can confirm. The 21-year-old winger will spend 2015-16 with the Turkish club, who finished second in the Super Lig last term."
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The 21-year-old arrived at Anfield with high expectations following his £20 million switch but struggled to break into the first team and has now been moved on.
He follows Mario Balotelli out of the door after the Italian striker's loan move back to AC Milan earlier this week, and there's a chance more could follow.
Fabio Borini and Jose Enrique have been told they are surplus to requirements and can seek new clubs, however as it stands there are no interested parties with time fast running out.
One player who won't be leaving is Lucas Leiva. The Brazilian midfielder seemed out of favour under boss Brendan Rodgers but has fought his way back into contention having been linked with Turkish outfit Besiktas.
Rodgers is unlikely to conduct any more business before the window shuts having splashed around £75 million on seven players, although none of them could make a difference as the Reds slipped to a 3-0 defeat against West Ham.