The attacker was signed in 2014 for a hefty £20 million fee [as per BBC Sport], but after a stop-start opening campaign, the youngster was loaned out to Fenerbahce at the beginning of the 2015-16 campaign.
Markovic showed flashes of the talent that took him to Merseyside last term under Brendan Rodgers, but he struggled for consistency and was occasionally played out of position by the eccentric Northern Irish coach.
However, since moving to Turkish giants Fener, Markovic has largely been used in his favoured right-wing position, and has begun to demonstrate his class once again.
The speedster has contributed two assists in 12 outings in the Super Liga, while also scoring one in two in the Europa League.
However, speaking to Lig TV, as per Goal, the forward has admitted that he may not get the chance to prove himself at Anfield, admitting that the club will have the final say over his future.
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“It’s in Liverpool’s hands,” the wideman began, “but I’m trying to give my all on the pitch as a player for Fenerbahce.
“Every day in training this is the case for me. I came here to be a champion,” he concluded.
“At the end of the season we will see what happens all together.”