Liverpool are facing another injury concern as Lazar Markovic was forced off the field for Serbia when the side faced Armenia in the Euro 2016 qualifiers, Daily Mail reports.
The Red’s winger was taken out of the match for picking up what could be a muscle tear and based on the results of the check-up, may miss up to a month of football.
Brendan Rodgers is very likely to be angered by this as he recently criticised how his players were coming back from international duty with a knock.
Daniel Sturridge only just returned to training after picking up a thigh strain while on England duty with Raheem Sterling also hitting the headlines for asking Roy Hodgson to rest him for his nation’s latest match.
Markovic made the switch to Anfield during the summer for a fee of £20million but has only made four Premier League appearances so far, with two coming from the bench and is yet to register his first club goal.
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