It was all over transfer media that Liverpool striker Grujic is on the verge of joining Cardiff City this summer.
Many rumour mongers even went further by claiming the young striker has agreed Personal terms with the newly promoted Premier League club as he wants regular game time in the coming season.
However, the much talked about move fail to materialize as Cardiff manager Neil Warnock surprisingly pulled out of the deal for his signature.
However, according to Turkish Football, Galatasaray have joined the race to capture the player as they promise him of more game time in the coming season.
The Super Lig powerhouse have contacted Liverpool for the 22-year-old midfielder but the Reds are yet to reveal their asking price for the highly-rated youngster.
With some days to the end of transaction period in England, Liverpool are expected to reach an agreement with the Turkish side soon.
Grujic is one of the best youngsters in the League last season but he is up against well-established strikers in the fight for a place in Klopp’s starting eleven in the coming season.
A move to Galatasaray will surely be a great one for the player as he will get the chance to feature in next season’s Champions League competition.
It remains unknown if Jurgen Klopp would want to sell the youngster on a permanent deal or he would only loan him out for a season.