Marko Grujic could move out of Anfield in search of regular football this summer with Dinamo Zagreb showing interest in a loan deal.

Jürgen Klopp has made a number of signings since moving to the club and not many of those signings have failed to impress so far this season.

The likes of Sadio Mané, Georginio Wijnaldum, and Jöel Matip have all cemented a place in the first team at the club but one player who is struggling to get any time in the senior side is young Marko Grujic.

The Serbian midfielder who has played for the national side at every junior level has only four appearances for the senior side and was signed by Liverpool last January. However, he was immediately loaned back to his former club Red Star Belgrade until the end of the previous season.

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He was expected to play an important role in the side this season but was unable to break into the first team before a hamstring injury put him out of the game for more than a month.

He is just getting back to full fitness and played for up to an hour in the U23 side’s game against Chelsea recently, in a bid to get back to playing condition.


However, with Klopp planning further signings in the summer, Grujic may have no place in the first team at the club next season and this has seen him linked with an exit in the summer.

The 20-year-old is now in demand in Serbia with Dinamo Zagreb advisor Zdravko Mamic interested in making a move for the star for the next season.

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Speaking to news outlet Blicsport, Mamic revealed that he wanted Serbian youngster Andrija Zivkovic as his top transfer target but now has shifted his focus on Grujic after missing out on the former.

He told Blicsport: “I wanted to bring in five million Andrija Zivkovic, I failed, and I am now trying to get Liverpool midfielder Marko Grujic on loan.”

With just four appearances so far this season for the Reds, Grujic could well be sent out on loan to find some game time but Klopp will want him to stay at the club and learn from the first team, instead of fighting for his place elsewhere.

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