Liverpool midfielder Marko Grujic joined the club from Red Star Belgrade in 2016 and has failed to really stake a claim in the Reds’ starting XI during that time, with him spending most of his career at the club on loan.
Spells with Cardiff City, Hertha Berlin, and most recently this season with FC Porto have all failed to help him try and prove himself to Jurgen Klopp and the Liverpool staff – and the likelihood is that he will be sold by the club in the summer with the hope that Director of Football Michael Edwards will be able to pull off another transfer masterclass in getting a healthy fee for the 24-year-old, as cited by AnfieldWatch on Twitter…
NEW: Liverpool ready to sell Marko Grujic.https://t.co/LBJYgZ6dgq
— Anfield Watch (@AnfieldWatch) February 21, 2021
It is a shame that Grujic’s career has gone the way it has with Liverpool, especially given the amount of promise and positive speculation that surrounded his future when he first moved to the club.
There were hopes even from myself that Grujic could become the type of midfielder that maybe Tomas Soucek has become for West Ham – dominant in the air and able to get a goal with a strong presence in the middle of the park. Sadly Grujic hasn’t had the opportunity nor been able to prove himself to Klopp during his time on Merseyside and it is likely his time is up at the club.
Should Marko Grujic stay at Liverpool?
I definitely think that Grujic has plenty of ability and he will have a good career ahead of him given that he is still on 24, but that will likely be at another club.
What do you think Liverpool fans, will Grujic leave the club in the summer? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section down below…