Liverpool have received a bid for Marko Grujic from Borussia Monchengladbach, according to a report from Goal.
Grujic appears to be one of the players on the cusp of the Reds first-team who could leave Anfield before the transfer window shuts.
Goal reports that Jurgen Klopp’s side want around £20 million for the 24-year-old, who has spent the last two seasons on loan with Hertha.
And it appears that a return to the Bundesliga could be on the cards for Grujic. According to Goal, Borussia Monchengladbach have made an offer.
It is not clear what bid is on the table. And it remains to be seen whether it is enough for Liverpool to accept it. But Goal does note that it is felt at the club that new homes will be found for Grujic, Rhian Brewster and Harry Wilson before the deadline passes.
It makes sense for Liverpool to let the Serbia international leave. There is too much quality in the middle of the park for Grujic to stand much of a chance of holding down a regular spot in the side.
Moving to Monchengladbach may well appeal to Grujic. They are once again set to compete in the Champions League this season.
Of course, much will depend on whether Liverpool accept their bid. But there is clearly a desire from both sides to reach an agreement.