Liverpool midfielder Marko Grujic is set to rejoin Hertha Berlin on another season-long-loan for a reported fee of £2m.
The 23-year-old midfielder had spent the last season at Hertha and scored 22 goals for the club in the Bundesliga.
Hertha Berlin has secured the deal for Marko Grujic from Liverpool for a fee of £2m plus added bonuses of £500k, according to Sky Sports
Hertha beat their Bundesliga rivals Frankfurt and Werder Bremen, who were also in the race, for Grujic’s signature.
The midfielder is considered as “by far the best midfielder I’ve seen in my time [22 years] at the club” by Pal Dardai, who recently resigned from his job as Hertha’s head coach.
“He was tall, too, but very safe on the ball despite that, and he always knew when to calm down the team, when to go into a duel and when to move forward. You either have that ability, or you don’t.”
Given Grujic’s brilliant performance at Hertha on loan, Klopp feels that the Serbian international has a long term future at the Anfield club.
Klopp also feels that the Serbian midfielder will make a significant contribution to Liverpool’s performance in the future.
Grujic has spent his last 18 months on a loan spell at Cardiff and Hertha and all set for another fantastic season in Germany.