Liverpool have suffered another injury blow as winger Lazar Markovic reportedly picked up an injury during Serbia's Euro 2016 qualifier match against Armenia.
According to the Daily Mail, the winger limped off just 25 minutes into their game against the Armenians with a suspected muscle tear.
It is believed that the injury could keep Markovic out for at least a month, if not longer. This will come as a major blow to Brendan Rodgers as this is the third player getting injured when on international duty.
During the last round of qualifiers, it was Daniel Sturridge, who came back injured and has only just returned to first-team training and earlier in the week it was reported that defender Dejan Lovren had picked up an injury prior to Croatia's European Qualifier.
The Northern Irishman had already expressed concern about his players getting injured on international duty and it will only heighten following the latest injuries to Markovic and Lovren.
Meanwhile, the Serbian winger, who arrived from Benfica in the summer, has admitted that it will take time for him to settle down fully at Liverpool.
However, Markovic is grateful for the welcome he has received from everyone at the club and believes the most important thing is to be happy.
"You know how things go in football, I'm getting there and adjusting well. It will take a little more time but, all in all, I feel okay," Markovic said, as quoted by Sky Sports.
"I feel great there and everybody has been great with me. I could not wish for more. I'm happy and that is the most important thing."
"My team-mate is the legendary Steven Gerrard, the fans love me and Anfield is great. But, as I said, I just need a little bit more time," the Serbian international added.