Ex-Liverpool striker admits that retirement is on the cards

Milan Jovanovic failed to make an impact at Anfield in a solitary season at the club, and has confessed that he is ready to call time on his career.

Liverpool have had their fair share of bad signings over the last couple of seasons, but Milan Jovanovic must be one of the first names on the list.

The Serbian striker joined the Anfield club on a free transfer in 2010, spending one season on Merseyside and failing to score in ten Premier League games.

The eastern European attacker moved on to play for Anderlecht for two seasons, before being released by the Belgian club.

Jovanovic has confessed that he does not miss football, and is considering hanging up his boots.

“I will be 33 years old in April and I have already won everything I could won,” Jovanovic told Het Nieuwsblad.

“I do not miss football. I still train with Vojvodina, one of the best clubs in Serbia. But I have nothing planned for my immediate future.

“Since I left Anderlecht last year in June, I have had a dozen proposals. But I would only agree to play again in an interesting country or for a club that offers me a fortune.

“You would be amazed if I told you what clubs wanted me in recent months, but I would rather not name names.”

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