Lazar Markovic could finally leave Liverpool after seen his career come to a standstill over the past three campaigns.
The 24-year-old forward has arrived on Merseyside Reds for £20million in 2014 before struggling to secure first-team football under Brendan Rodgers.
His last game for Liverpool now dates back as far as May 2015, with four seasons at Anfield entailing four mixed spells away from Premier League club with Fenerbahçe, Sporting Lisbon, Anderlecht and Hull City.
The Olympiacos are now considering a to make a permanent move for 24-year-old forward who is desperate to leave the club.
His misleading credentials and struggle to adapt to English football exposed a flaw to Reds recruitment policy prior to the appointment of Jurgen Klopp and now arguably serves as a beacon of the club’s vastly-improved transfer approach.
Hull has proven to be his most productive temporary home given the glimpses of his attacking threat and rise in self-belief under the management of Marco Silva.
At 24-years-old, the priority right now needs to be how often he is playing football rather than where