Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is hoping to recall Lazar Markovic from his loan spell at Fenerbahce according to ​Gianluca Di Marzio.​

The Serbian signed for the Reds in 2014 after being tipped as one of the hottest properties in European football, but he has failed to make any significant impact to date, scoring three goals and providing one assist in 34 appearances. 

This lead to former manager Brendan Rodgers sending him out on loan. But Klopp is believed to think highly of the Serbian and would like to see him return to Anfield.

Since going out on loan the forward has played 11 times for Fenerbahce, assisting twice. Markovic's performances have also led to Serie A club Fiorentina stating their interest in the player but coach Paulo Sousa is resigned to lose out.

With Markovic and Raheem Sterling both leaving the club in the summer, there was a real lack of wingers in the squad with Klopp regularly having to rely too much on youngster Jordon Ibe.

Fenerbahce are also hoping to keep Markovic for the remainder of the season with reports claiming a recall is not possible. Only time will tell whether Klopp will get his man.