Sunday, 9th February, 2014

Former Liverpool striker Milan Jovanovic is toying with the idea of calling time on his career.

The 32-year-old parted company with Belgian champions Anderlecht at the end of last season and is without a club. But for Jovanovic, who played for Liverpool between 2010 and 2011, that is certainly not down to a lack of offers.

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And the forward, who has been training in his homeland with Serbian side Vojvodina, is pondering retirement unless he is offered the chance to play in an "interesting" country or a big-money deal.

"I will be 33 years old in April and I have already won everything I could win", he told Belgian daily 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've had a dozen proposals. But I would only agree to play again in an interesting country or for a club that offer me a fortune.

"Anyway, you'd be amazed by the way if I told you what clubs wanted me in recent months. But I'd rather not name names."

At international level, Jovanovic turned out for Serbia between 2007 and 2012, scoring eleven goals in 44 games.

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