Reds winger has claimed that he has been assured he will leave for free when he finds a new club, and admits that he has had talks about a move to the Belgian outfitMilan Jovanovic claims Liverpool have agreed to let him leave on a free transfer when he can find a new club.
The Serbia international joined the Reds under Rafael Benitez last summer after spending four years with Standard Liege, but failed to cement a regular first-team place under Roy Hodgson or Kenny Dalglish.
The 30-year-old has confirmed reports that he will be allowed to leave the club this summer, and now insists he has been assured that he will leave for free amid interest from Belgian side Anderlecht.
Jovanovic has already met with Anderlecht in Qatar to discuss a move, while Sporting Lisbon and Benfica are also said to be interested.
"I'm still under contract with the Reds, but they've agreed to let me go on a free transfer when I find a new club," Jovanovic told Sport/Foot Magazine.
"I've had a meeting with Anderlecht and it was quite interesting. I had dinner with [club president Roger] Vanden Stock and [director of football Herman] van Holsbeeck. They made a good impression on me. We"ll have to wait and see, but it's definitely an interesting option."