Centre back had been a regular at the back last campaign until January.
Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel has admitted that he may leave Anfield when the transfer window opens again this summer after what the Slovakian described as being his worst-ever season at the Reds, reports the Daily Mirror.
The Slovakia international has been at Liverpool for five years now, having been brought to the club from Zenit St Petersburg for just £6.5 million in January 2008 on a four-and-a-half-year deal by previous manager Rafa Benitez.
However, the 28-year-old fell out of favour under new Reds boss Brendan Rodgers last season, losing his place at the back to veteran centre-back Jamie Carragher last January after the Merseyside giants had surprisingly been dumped out of the FA Cup at the fourth round stage by League One strugglers Oldham Athletic.
And in total, the player featured in just 25 Premier League fixtures and 33 games in all competitions for Liverpool in the previous campaign, meaning Skrtel is open to a move away from Anfield this summer.
“I have not had any specific offers. But if some should come and they interest me, I would probably consider it seriously,” said Skrtel in an interview given back in his homeland.
“The club has the biggest say in this in any case, with me being contracted.
“I’m not saying that I want to leave at any cost.”