Liverpool forward Milan Jovanovic completes move to Anderlecht

Milan Jovanovic (left) struck the crossbar with a Liverpool shot against FC Utrecht
Jovanovic (left) joined Liverpool from Standard Liege in July 2010

Forward Milan Jovanovic has completed his transfer from Liverpool to Belgian club Anderlecht.

The Serb, 30, moved to Anfield from Standard Liege last summer on a free transfer, signing a three-year deal.

But he failed to gain a regular a place in the Liverpool side, making just 10 league appearances last campaign without scoring.

Jovanovic joined Standard Liege in 2006 and helped them win back-to-back Belgian titles in 2007-08 and 2008-09.

The Serb, who has also played for Shakhtar Donetsk and Lokomotiv Moscow, made his international debut for Serbia in a 2-0 win over Finland in June 2007 and has won 35 caps.

Liverpool, who have spent close to £50m on midfielders Jordan Henderson, Stewart Downing and Charlie Adam during the summer, are looking to offload a number of fringe players in their squad.

Milan Jovanovic scores for Serbia against Germany

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