Now that Marko Grujic is returning to Liverpool following the loan spell he’s had at Porto, it’s time for some other clubs to get interested in his signing.
German outlet Berliner Kurier today features a piece saying this a new chance for Hertha Berlin to go for the Reds midfielder.
The reason for the opportunity now is that Liverpool want to ‘get rid’ of Grujic this summer, which is a different scenario the Bundesliga side found last year.
Hertha Berlin had the midfielder on loan during the 2019/20 season, and by the end of the spell, they heard from Liverpool they didn’t want to let him go on a permanent move.
That’s why Grujic ended up moving to Porto, for whom he made 41 appearances, and finished the season with many compliments from the Portuguese media.
Now Berliner Kurier says Liverpool’s stance has changed.
It’s said the Reds contacted Porto to offer the player on a permanent deal, and since the move is still far from done, that’s the chance for Hertha Berlin to finally land him.
The outlet also points out that in one year, Grujic’s market value has dropped from €20m to €14m, which is another reason as to why his signing becomes more possible this summer.