According to the Daily Mail, manager Rafa Benitez has been so impressed by the treatment she gave to the likes of Alberto Aquilani, Albert Rieira and Yossi Benayoun that he wants to give her a job at Anfield.
This, the Spaniard feels, would be beneficial to all as it means his injured players would not have to travel for treatment.
However, it seems Kovacevic would prefer a less exclusive deal that allows her to work with other teams as well.
Liverpool midfielder Benayoun is certainly a fan, and said: "There were no animal parts used and no injections.
"The doctor has treated a lot of players and seems to be held in very high regard. She explained everything to me beforehand and told me she would be using fluid from a placenta that had come from a woman.
"Nothing went into the muscle itself. It was just a case of massaging the liquid on to the skin around the affected area. It meant I was able to play again within a fortnight and help the team at an important time.
"I never envisaged being on the pitch again so soon, and it shows what can be done with this treatment."
you'll never birth alone
I bet after she moves here the placentas will become injured and start asking for a pay raise.