Marko Grujic has expressed his desire to breakthrough the Liverpool first team in the near future, following his another loan-spell to Hertha Berlin.
The 23-year-old midfielder has just played eight games in the Premier League for Liverpool.
Grujic, who possesses the required skills to succeed at the Anfield, feels that he needs experience playing in a major European league, and a good performance on a season loan at Hertha could earn him a place at the Anfield.
The Serbian international had scored five goals and provided one assist in 20 Bundesliga appearances last season.
Grujic, recently in an interview with Bild, said, “My contract at Liverpool runs until 2023. We [he and Klopp] both saw it in a similar way: I only managed to make the most of 50 per cent of my opportunities in Berlin. Minor injuries knocked me back.
“I always realise that I belong to such a big club and it’s where I want to be. If I play 34 very good games for Hertha, the chance to be a true Liverpool player next year is great.”
“If I make 34 very good games for Hertha, the chance to be a true Liverpool player next year is great”.
Grujic was Jurgen Klopp’s first-ever signing after he took charge of Liverpool.
In another Liverpool news, Marko Grujic set to rejoin Hertha Berlin for another season on loan