Liverpool's Marko doesn't want Anfield return
Liverpool's Marko doesn't want Anfield return

Liverpool's Marko doesn't want Anfield return

Marko Grujic, who is on loan at Hertha Berlin from Liverpool has admitted he wants to stay in Germany beyond this season as he prefers life there. 

The Premier League leaders are planning to release a number of players in the summer in a bid to reduce the wage bill and Grujic is destined to depart for good. Liverpool signed Grujic in 2016 from Red Star Belgrade and was tipped to become a top player at Anfield but he failed to cement a position in the first-team. The Serbian helped Cardiff to promotion last year but has seen his performances greatly increase since his time in the Bundesliga.

"I feel very comfortable in Berlin. Hertha gave me a great opportunity to play in the Bundesliga," he said. 

"I'm still pretty young, for me this time at Hertha - with the exception of injuries - has been brilliant so far to show my qualities. But, ultimately, I cannot decide. But, If I could choose myself, I would stay with Hertha for another year or maybe even two years to make a very good name for myself by improving all my qualities."

Grujic's is contracted to the Reds' until the summer of 2023 but is keen to remain at Olympiastadion Berlin. 

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