Liverpool midfielder Marko Grujic is today featured in an interview with Serbian outlet Sportske.
As the player spent the last three and a half years having loan spells, there was obviously not a lot to talk about his time with the Reds, so he spent most of the chat praising the good season he’s just had for Porto.
Recent rumours from the Portuguese media have been claiming that the Dragons are working to sign him from Liverpool on a permanent move, even though they’re struggling to match the price demanded by the Premier League side.
Grujic made sure to say he was quite happy at Porto, and teased with a move by saying he sees himself playing there again.
“I’m only sorry that I didn’t play in front of the fans. All my teammates and people in the club say it’s a fantastic atmosphere, but my career is long and I’m sure I’ll have the opportunity to play at the Estádio do Dragão again,” Grujic told Sportske.
“I will soon join Liverpool’s preparations, to do that basic part, so we’ll see the next step. We’ll see which club I’m going to play for, I don’t know at the moment, but as for the blue colours, I think I’ve done well in the last three seasons. Of course, it can always be better!”
Liverpool signed Grujic on a €7m deal from Red Star back in 2016. He only made 16 appearances for the Reds, and spent the past few years on spells at Cardiff City, Hertha Berlin and Porto.