Serbian football scout Goran Milosavljevic has considered Liverpool’s demand in his decision to have Marko Grujic rejoin Hertha Berlin.
According to Milosavljevic, Grujic will be able to get the needed learning process at Hertha Berlin that will help him fit into the Reds team in the next “two years”
22-year-old Grujic was the focus for Hertha in three consecutive games as a result of his eyes catching performance before he suffered a serious ankle injury whilst playing against Borussia Monchengladbach in September.
Teams including Crystal Palace, Middlesbrough, Torino, CSKA Moscow and Lyon in the summer made efforts to have the player after his last season loan at Cardiff City but a deal did not fall through.
Grujic who has signed an extension with the Merseyside club until 2023 will continue with Hertha on a season-long loan before a decision is finally made.
- “Marko Grujic is a very good player,” said Milosavljevic described Grujic as a good player who was scouted at a young age at Red Star Belgrade, adding that he has grown to become a player of top quality and has a future in the Liverpool team.
The scout stated that the player’s move to Germany is a good step to be able so that he can return as a developed player.