Marko Grujic joined Liverpool’s squad at the mid of the 2015-2016 season, but since, he’s been on a series of a loan deal in several clubs all over Europe. Right after he signed a contract with The Reds squad, he was immediately loan back to his previous owner, Red Star Belgrade. He made his Premier League debut early on the 2016-2017 season against Burnley coming on in the place of Adam Lallana in the 78th minute.
On January 2018 Marko Grujic joined Championship club Cardiff City on a loan deal for the rest of the 2017-2018 season, and on the beginning of 2018-2019, he agrees to make a move to Bundesliga club, Hertha Berlin. On his time at Hertha Berlin, his coach, Pal Dardai named Marko Grujic as the best midfielder at the clubs in 22 years. Furthermore, Pal Dardai successor, Ante Covic was keen to retain his services at Hertha Berlin.
And now the media has mentioned that Marko Grujic has rejoined Bundesliga side on a loan deal for next season. But, Liverpool has insisted that he remains part of Juergen Klopp’s long term plans at The Reds. Which means, he will be going back to The Anfield Stadium in the near future.
Marko Grujic Will Soon Take A Place In The First Team
The 23-year-old midfielder became Juergen Klopp’s first signing at The Anfield when he joined in a 5 million pounds deal from Red Star Belgrade in January 2016. However, he has made only 14 appearances since. But even though he seems to be a surplus in Juergen Klopp’s squad for the past years, the club did not want to let him go and insisted that he’s still part of the manager’s long term plans. However, he’s not part of Juergen Klopp’s plan for this season as he’s already agreed to extend his time with Hertha Berlin.
Although the Serbia international player has struggled to establish himself at Liverpool since his arrival, Juergen Klopp reportedly sees him as a first-team option for the 2020-2021 season. The main reason is because of both James Milner and Adam Lallana will be out of contract at The Anfield Stadium next summer, hence Marko Grujic could be primed to take one of their positions in The Reds squad.
On the other hand, slot machine Malaysia realize Liverpool has been quiet so far in this summer transfer window. Their only signing so far is the 17-year-old Dutch defender Sepp van den Berg. There are no other names has been heavily linked with the club so far, and perhaps Juergen Klopp has no plan to add more players this summer.