As the Reds look to first boost their own coffers by selling squad players, the eternal loanee could be made available for a permanent transfer.
The Serbian international recently bought to an end his most recent loan spell with FC Porto having made 39 appearances across all competitions for the Portuguese giants.
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The report claims multiple clubs are keen on the defensive-minded midfielder and the 25-year-old could be at the centre of a ‘bidding war’ this summer.
Jurgen Klopp’s first signing at Anfield, Grujic has made just 16 first-team appearances in five years on Merseyside.
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If ever there was a summer to sell the likes of the 10-cap Serbia man is this one.
Coming off the back of financial hardship caused by the pandemic and with a genuine need to freshen up the squad, selling off fringe players in order to freshen up the options is a must.
Valued at £13.5million (Transfermarkt), the mooted valuation is a reasonable one and would be a welcome boost to Klopp’s own spending powers.