Liverpool are going to be moving on a string of players this summer. The Reds are allegedly set to cash in on a number of fringe players and one of them could spark a bidding war. According to reports in Portugal, Porto are worried that Marko Grujic could go up in price.
Fringe player fire sale
This summer we need to upgrade on the depth in the squad.
There are a number of players on the books who were tipped to be sold last summer but the pandemic curtailed buying clubs’ spending ability.
As a result we’re expecting these players to be moved on now in one big fire sale.
Harry Wilson, Xherdan Shaqiri and Divock Origi are all likely to head out.
Marko Grujic is also set for an exit following another loan move for the Serbian.
Porto alarmed by Marko Grujic situation
This season Porto took Marko Grujic on loan.
The midfielder failed to nail down a place in the side for the first half of the season but the second half of the campaign saw him finish strongly.
His rallying performances have allegedly sparked interest throughout Europe.
According to CMJornal in Portugal, Porto are worried that Marko Grujic could spark a bidding war.
The outlet believes that Porto are concerned about interest from Italy and Germany.
What RTK has to say
Liverpool selling Marko Grujic appears to be an inevitability.
Hopefully he manages to nail down a regular starting berth after a permanent move.
He has got plenty of potential but he isn’t at the standard for the Reds’ first team just yet. A permanent move will do him the world of good.
Furthermore, a bidding war could see Michael Edwards at his finest, he is notorious for squeezing buyers for every penny.