German capital club Hertha Berlin are holding out for another loan move for Liverpool midfielder Marko Grujic, according to reports emanating from the media in Germany.
Marko Grujic returned to Liverpool this summer after spending two years on loan at Hertha Berlin where he scored nine goals in 51 appearances for the Bundesliga side.
Liverpool have placed an £18m transfer fee on the 24-year-old but Hertha Berlin can’t afford him. To this effect, the Germans have decided to pursue a third loan spell for the player, according to German newspaper Kicker.
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Hertha Berlin would hope that the player will join them for a third time before the transfer window closes in the coming days.
Marko Grujic was on duty for Liverpool last night during the Carabao Cup fourth round loss to Arsenal.
He was on from start to finish as Liverpool played hosts to Arsenal in a game that ended goallessly. The Gunners went on to secure a quarterfinal spot via penalties.
Arsenal are in the last eight of the Carabao Cup after they beat Liverpool 5-4 during their penalty shootout.
Liverpool might offload load a lot of players between now and the end of the transfer window next week. Serbian international Marko Grujic could be one of those players.