The end of this season is getting closer which means the summer transfer window is also getting near. It's about 3 months ahead but some name already mentioned in the news as their future becomes medias most interest. And some players are reported already achieve an agreement with some clubs meanwhile other clubs also pointed out a name as their main target next summer.
For the next months, you may find a large number of an article about the transfer window. Players all over the world come and go as the transfer window opens in summer.
One of them is Marko Grujic. Atletico Madrid wants to sign Liverpool midfielder Marko Grujic on a permanent transfer. A reliable source told online casino Malaysia Liverpool want 40 million euros for the Serbia international player. Meanwhile on of Atletico Madrid's player, Rodri, is reported as Manchester City's target in the next transfer window. Perhaps Atletico Madrid will get at least 70 million euros for the 22-year-old release clause. Los Rojiblancos has targeted Marko Grujic as a possible replacement.
He Could Show More In Atletico Madrid
Marko Grujic is quite impressive on his loan times at Hertha Berlin. He has enjoyed a good season in the Bundesliga, scoring four goals and setting up another in 19 appearances to date. But sadly the capital club's poor form in recent weeks means the will not feature in Europe next term. And that will be a perfect reason for Marko Grujic for leaving Hertha Berlin and joining Atletico Madrid next summer. Mentioned as Hertha's best midfielder in 20 years, Marko Grujic could showcase his talent in the UEFA Champions League by moving to the La Liga club.
Marko Grujic joined Liverpool from Red Star in January 2016. But he has made just eight appearances as a substitute under Juergen Klopp. He spent the second half of the 2017-2018 on loan at Cardiff, whom he helped win promotion to the Premier League. He later joined Hertha Berlin on a season-long loan in summer 2018.
He spent the second half of the 2017-18 on loan at Cardiff, whom he helped win promotion to the Premier League and joined Hertha on a season-long loan in August 2018.
He might be a misfit in Liverpool, but it doesn't mean he's not good at all. What he's shown in the past two years is quite enough to show the world that he's not a terrible player. Perhaps he could show more if he agrees to join Atletico Madrid for the next season as he could play in UEFA Champions League.
In the meantime, Liverpool as his owner is likely won't have any objection about this move as the player himself considered as a misfit in Anfield Stadium.