Slovakian could have played his last match for the Reds.
Liverpool centre-back Martin Skrtel has indicated that he may quit the Merseyside giants this summer after losing his place in the first team last season, says the Sunday Mirror.
The experienced Slovakia international has been at Anfield for five years, having been brought to the club by former boss Rafa Benitez from Zenit Saint Petersburg for £6.5 million in January 2008.
However, last season under new Reds manager Brendan Rodgers the central defender lost his starting berth in the team to veteran Jamie Carragher, with the 28-year-old featuring in just 25 Premier League games for Liverpool, while overall he appeared in only 33 matches in all competitions.
And now the rugged defender has indicted that he would be willing to listen to any offers that come his way when the transfer window reopens for business on 1 July, with the likes of former club Zenit understood to be keen to re-sign the player.
“I have not had any specific offers, but if one should come I would probably consider it seriously,” said Skrtel.
“I feel sorry for what has happened this season but I have been here for five and a half years and I have built a position here.”