Liverpool are believed to be ready to ‘cash in’ on central midfielder Marko Grujic this summer. 

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. 

Now, according to a report from the Liverpool Echo, as cited by Paul Gorst on Twitter, Liverpool could be prepared to sell this time. 

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. 


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. 

Should Liverpool Sell Marko Grujic This Summer?