Marko Grujic signs new Liverpool deal before joining Hertha Berlin on season-long loan deal

LIVERPOOL star Marko Grujic has signed a brand new contract and instantly joined Hertha Berlin on mortgage.

The Serbian worldwide has dedicated his long-term future to the Reds however will now spend the upcoming season within the Bundesliga.

Marko Grujic has signed a new contract at Liverpool but immediately joined Hertha Berlin on loan
Marko Grujic has signed a brand new contract at Liverpool however instantly joined Hertha Berlin on mortgage

Grugic, 22, moved to Anfield in 2016 from Crimson Star Belgrade.

However he has solely made 14 appearances for Liverpool throughout that point and is determined for first-team motion.

He bought it final season at Cardiff Metropolis as he helped the Bluebirds to win promotion from the Championship.

Cardiff boss Neil Warnock was eager to convey him again to Wales over the summer time however didn’t get a transfer over the road earlier than the window closed.

The midfielder will spend the season on loan at the German side
The midfielder will spend the season on mortgage on the German facet
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Marko Grujic represented his country at the World Cup
Marko Grujic represented his nation on the World Cup

Italian facet Torino additionally had a mortgage bid rejected for the midfielder this week.

Nonetheless, he has now been given the inexperienced mild to move out after penning his extension.

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Grugic will now hope to impress and catch the attention of Anfield boss Jurgen Klopp whereas taking part in in Germany’s prime tier.

The ace represented his nation at this summer time’s World Cup however was unable to assist Serbia qualify for the knockout phases.

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