Liverpool flop Marko Grujic is set to return to Anfield a much-improved player after two years on loan at Hertha Berlin.
Earlier in the month, it was revealed that the Serbian international, who has spent the last two seasons on loan with the German side is keen to make his move permanent as he seeks stability in his career. However, Hertha Berlin's sporting director Michael Preetz revealed the forward will return to Liverpool as a much-improved player.
"It is 100 percent certain that the loan agreement between us and Liverpool and the contract with Marko Grujic will end on June 30," he said.
"It has been agreed by both clubs that he will return to Liverpool. The conclusion of this loan agreement over the past two years is very positive and it has had positive effects on everyone who has been involved.
"Liverpool will get back a player who is definitely more experienced than he has been before because he earned very important game practice.
"And we also had profit out of this past two years with Marko. Marko is a player who is present in both penalty boxes. Just in his first year, he played extraordinarily. Now after the restart, he is getting back into his good shape.
"He is just a very good player. So for me this loan agreement definitely made sense."
The midfielder has struggled to make an impression at Anfield and he needs to find a club which he can call ‘home’ and where he has a long-term future.