It seems that Liverpool is unwilling to sell Marko Grujic this summer with his stellar performance at Cardiff and Hertha Berlin.
Grujic arrived at the Anfield in 2016 but has played only eight times in the Premier League for the Reds so far.
The Serbian international after an impressive performance with the Bundesliga outfit has led to speculations that he could leave Anfield on a long term this summer.
But its most likely that the Liverpool management and Klopp club would be willing to let him go.
According to Football Insider, Liverpool chiefs expects Grujic’s value to double as he progresses over the next year.
He is currently price value in the transfer market rate is at £20m, but Liverpool sporting director Michael Edwards estimates his worth to be around £40m with another season of top-flight football experience under his belt.
However, many other Premier League and Bundesliga clubs, including Hertha Berlin have already shown interest for another deal.
The Serbian international came through the famed youth academy of Red Star Belgrade and made his debut just at the age of 17
He was also the part of club’s most successful teams as they won 19 matches in a row to the league title in the 2015-16 season.
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